The IRS says that congress' late action on the alternative minimum tax means they won't be able to start processing five AMT-related forms until February, delaying potential refunds for those people until that month, Thursday, Dec. 27, 2007. (AP / CBS)
Topeka, Kan. (WIBW) In an effort to curb identity theft, Capital Federal is hosting a shred day at the bank's Fairlawn location.
The event will run from 11am until 1pm tomorrow afternoon, at 2100 Southwest Fairlawn. Each person can shred a maximum of three bags or boxes of paper documents at no cost.
Capital Federal is encouraging everyone to shred junk mail that includes account numbers, birth dates, passwords and PINs, signatures, Social Security numbers, and personal information like your address, phone numbers or email addresses.
For more guidelines on what documents should be considered, visit capitol federals website at www.capfed.com/shreddays.