Month: February 2021

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If you buy something through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Whether it is for you, your employees, or customers, personal protective equipment and safety gear is now part of running a business. Through the use of PPE, you can help prevent staff and customer transmission as well as
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Laura Crovo still has some lingering Covid symptoms, despite having contracted the virus last April. It’s been 10 months since Laura Crovo has felt entirely normal. Since testing positive for Covid last April, the 41-year-old Marylander has yet to shake off all of her symptoms. And on top of battling them — mostly a racing
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A sign outside of a facility occupied by TreeHouse Foods in Brantford, Ontario, Canada. Kristoffer Tripplaar | SIPA USA | AP Company: TreeHouse Foods Inc. (THS) TreeHouse Foods Inc. of Oak Brook, Illinois manufactures consumer packaged food and beverages, including a range of shelf-stable, refrigerated, fresh and frozen products. Its product categories include beverages, salad
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Al Drago | Getty Images News | Getty Images Unemployment benefits extended Those programs include Pandemic Unemployment Assistance for self-employed, gig and other workers who don’t qualify for state-level assistance; and Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation, which pays extra weeks of state benefits to the long-term unemployed. The bill would offer PUA recipients a maximum 74
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If you buy something through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Water dispensers are units that cool, heat, filter and dispense water for drinking. They offer easy access to drinkable water and encourage people to stay hydrated. Water coolers are also a cost-effective alternative to bottled water while lowering
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The International Federation of Accountants is partnering with the International Integrated Reporting Council on a joint initiative for providing assurance services related to financial and nonfinancial metrics. The initiative, called “Accelerating Integrated Reporting Assurance in the Public Interest,” aims to help more businesses implement integrated reporting, which brings together traditional financial reporting with other issues
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Austin Goergen, a student at Oregon State University, started a petition last year to allow dependents ages 17 and up to qualify for stimulus checks. Austin Goergen Washington lawmakers are one step closer to authorizing new $1,400 stimulus checks for millions of Americans. This time, one big group could become eligible for the first time:
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An artist’s illustration of the difference in size between the company’s Terran 1 rocket, to the left, and the planned Terran R rocket. Relativity Space Relativity Space, the 3D-printing rocket builder, is making another big bet: Developing a fully reusable rocket, designed to match the power and capability of SpaceX’s workhorse Falcon 9 rockets. Called
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Sinelia Louis will finally be eligible to apply for a PPP loan due to changes by the Biden administration that allow access for non-citizen small business owners. Sinelia Louis When Sinelia Louis, 50, heard about the recent changes to the Small Business Administration’s Paycheck Protection Program, she felt like her prayers had been answered. “I
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Ask anyone in the know how the accounting profession has weathered the COVID-19 pandemic so far and you’ll hear, in tones that range from bemused to downright triumphant, that it’s done extraordinarily well — miraculously well, in fact. Firms managed to transition to remote work almost overnight. They cemented their status as essential interlocutors between
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Hinterhaus Productions As Congress works to finalize its latest coronavirus relief bill, some American families are poised to receive a financial windfall. Between new $1,400 stimulus checks and an enhanced child tax credit, that could add up to more than $14,000 for some families. “All of the focus has been on the $1,400 when, in