Business Columns & Blogs

Business Columns & Blogs

BBB, AG promote Tax ID Theft Awareness Week

This tax season your Better Business Bureau is partnering with the Idaho Attorney General’s office to warn the public about the dangers of tax identity theft. This joint warning is in cooperation with Tax Identity Theft Awareness Week, which takes place from Jan. 29 to Feb. 2. As W2’s begin flooding in through the mail and tax preparer advertisements pop up online, this is a great time to remind family and friends of the best practices for keeping their identity safe from harm.

More Videos

A wolf near Boise? Foothills homeowners describe sighting 1:47

A wolf near Boise? Foothills homeowners describe sighting

First Mexican bakery opens in Boise 1:47

First Mexican bakery opens in Boise

Auto repair shop worries State Street construction will affect business 1:49

Auto repair shop worries State Street construction will affect business

St. Luke's uses 'friendly, four-legged' staff to calm upset patients 0:32

St. Luke's uses 'friendly, four-legged' staff to calm upset patients

Former Idaho Chief Justice and Vietnam veteran Jim Jones advocates for refugees 2:54

Former Idaho Chief Justice and Vietnam veteran Jim Jones advocates for refugees

'No workplace is immune' to harassment, says former state worker behind tort claim 2:33

'No workplace is immune' to harassment, says former state worker behind tort claim

Pranking Brad Paisley on the air is this radio host's specialty 1:23

Pranking Brad Paisley on the air is this radio host's specialty

Take an aerial tour of destruction in Mosul with this drone footage 2:09

Take an aerial tour of destruction in Mosul with this drone footage

Mountain lion spotted in Idaho 0:57

Mountain lion spotted in Idaho

Taking a knee: How Colin Kaepernick started an NFL movement 3:18

Taking a knee: How Colin Kaepernick started an NFL movement

Hutchison after loss at Nevada: 'We're still hungry.'

The Boise State men's basketball team lost 74-68 at Nevada on Saturday in a matchup between the Mountain West's top two teams.
Rachel Roberts rroberts@idahostatesman.com
Hutchison after loss at Nevada: 'We're still hungry.' 5:15

Hutchison after loss at Nevada: 'We're still hungry.'

St. Luke's uses 'friendly, four-legged' staff to calm upset patients 0:32

St. Luke's uses 'friendly, four-legged' staff to calm upset patients

What happens when the government shuts down? 1:38

What happens when the government shuts down?

Auto repair shop worries State Street construction will affect business 1:49

Auto repair shop worries State Street construction will affect business