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In many ways, the coronavirus crisis has paved the way to better budgeting. Consumers are paying down debt and saving more than they have in decades. Many are leveraging low interest rates to refinance and lower their monthly bills. Federal relief, such as stimulus checks, expanded unemployment benefits and an extended pause in loan repayments, have even given some a chance to catch up on
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Senator Joe Manchin (D-WVA) removes his mask to speak as bipartisan members of the Senate and House gather to announce a framework for fresh coronavirus disease (COVID-19) relief legislation at a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington, December 1, 2020. Kevin Lamarque | Reuters Sen. Joe Manchin, the moderate Democrat from West Virginia, said
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Franklin University, in Columbus, Ohio, is partnering with the Ohio Society of CPAs, on online training for CPAs. The university’s International Institute for Innovative Instruction will create online training modules for Ohio CPAs throughout the state. The partnership combines OSCPA continuing education topics with Franklin University’s templates, content and exam questions for online courses. Training
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Workplace efficiency means getting work done with the least amount of time and effort wasted. While many factors can contribute to or hamper efficiency, implementing a few key changes can increase productivity, improve workplace efficiency, employee satisfaction, and overall workplace culture. Even if you’re working remotely, you can adapt many of these tips to a
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Today, the UK’s Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak released the 2021 budget, and most important for near-term growth is the significant boost to capital allowances, which the Chancellor said will increase business investment by 10 percent. Many countries have strict limits on expense deductions for investment and the UK has been among the least
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With several states entertaining proposals to tax the financial transactions of savers and investors who don’t even live in their states, some members of Congress see an interstate commerce question worthy of a federal response. Rep. Patrick McHenry (R-NC) and Rep. Bill Huizenga (R-MI) have reintroduced a bill, the Protecting Retirement Savers and Everyday Investors
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The row of two-story tall 3D printer bays at the company’s headquarters. Relativity Space The founders of two private rocket-building companies met today – one, the richest person on Earth; the other, leader of a venture pushing the boundaries of manufacturing. Jeff Bezos stopped by the gleaming new “factory of the future” of Relativity Space
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Volunteers load shopping bags with food assistance for laid off workers at a food distribution event on Dec. 12, 2020 in Orlando, Florida. Paul Hennessy/NurPhoto via Getty Images Democrats are poised to send more unemployment benefits to laid-off workers. Meanwhile, some workers are still waiting on the last tranche, authorized months ago. A $900 billion