Month: January 2021

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Stimulus checks printed at the Philadelphia Financial Center in Philadelphia. Jeff Fusco | Getty Images Many Americans are waiting for their second stimulus check and others want to know when they could possibly get a third payment.  The $1.9 trillion Covid relief plan pushed by President Joe Biden includes a third round of  $1,400 stimulus
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Senators and House members introduced legislation to help taxpayers survive the pandemic, with tax credits for developers revitalizing homes in “distressed” neighborhoods and enabling small businesses to pay essential expenses. Sen. Rob Portman, R-Ohio, and Ben Cardin, D-Maryland, who are both members of the Senate Finance Committee, introduced a bipartisan bill Thursday, the Neighborhood Homes
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An employee works inside an Office Depot Inc. Susana Gonzalez | Bloomberg | Getty Images Company: ODP Corp. (ODP) ODP Corp. is a provider of business services, products and digital workplace technology solutions to small and medium businesses. The company has a fully integrated business-to-business distribution platform of approximately 1,300 stores and online presence. The
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The headquarters of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau in Washington, D.C. JHVEPhoto | iStock Editorial | Getty Images The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is expected to become a more aggressive consumer watchdog under the Biden administration and while the coronavirus pandemic hurls financial challenges at millions of Americans. Consumer advocates say the bureau was almost
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The Internal Revenue Service is clarifying its guidance on provisions of the coronavirus relief legislation providing tax credits to employers offering paid sick leave and family leave to workers. The IRS updated Friday the frequently asked questions page about the tax credits. The tax credits were part of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA)
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A stack of Starlink internet satellites just before a launch. SpaceX SpaceX is preparing to begin production of the next-generation of its Starlink internet satellites, according to a company job posting, with the company having deployed more than 1,000 first-generation satellites in orbit to date. A posting on the company’s careers page, open at the time
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Not wanting to touch anything is having a dramatic impact on consumer habits. Amid the coronavirus crisis, Americans are abandoning cash almost entirely in favor of “tap and go” transactions and have finally embraced contactless and digital payment methods after years of reluctance.  Fewer and fewer adults use printed or minted U.S. currency at all any more.