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Lawmakers ask IRS to extend tax season until July 15

Democrats on the House Ways and Means Committee are urging the Internal Revenue Service to extend tax season beyond April 15 to give taxpayers another three months until July 15. Lawmakers on the tax-writing committee in Congress wrote a letter to IRS Commissioner Charles Rettig on Thursday to make the request, pointing to what happened last year [...]

By |2021-02-22T15:31:45+00:00February 22nd, 2021|Personal Finance|0 Comments

2021 Taxes: Teachers Can Deduct Some Covid-19 Out-of-Pocket Classroom Expenses

Eligible educators can deduct unreimbursed expenses for COVID-19 protective items to stop the spread of COVID-19 in the classroom. COVID-19 protective items include, but are not limited to: face masks; disinfectant for use against COVID-19; hand soap; hand sanitizer; disposable gloves; tape, paint or chalk to guide social distancing; physical barriers (for example, clear plexiglass); [...]

By |2021-02-15T18:38:59+00:00February 15th, 2021|Personal Finance|0 Comments

House aims to pass Covid relief bill within two weeks as budget reconciliation moves forward, Pelosi says

KEY POINTS The House hopes to pass its coronavirus relief bill within two weeks as Democrats in Congress took a key step toward using budget reconciliation to approve legislation. The Senate on Friday morning passed a budget resolution, and the House will follow suit in the afternoon, starting the process that will allow Democrats to [...]

By |2021-02-08T18:24:52+00:00February 8th, 2021|Personal Finance|0 Comments

How to work with someone you can’t stand

It’s a problem most of us encounter at some point in our careers—and working remotely can exacerbate the issue. You can pick your friends, but you can’t usually pick your coworkers. Chances are you’ll work with someone you don’t like during your career, and there may even be someone on your team right now that [...]

By |2021-01-25T15:06:07+00:00January 25th, 2021|Personal Finance|0 Comments

What’s in the New Covid Relief Law?

Stimulus payments are just part of it. Also: more unemployment, PPP, EIDL loans, Employee Retention Credit, EIC, CTC, eviction moratorium, and more. The Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act of 2021 is a $900B relief package to deliver a second round of economic stimulus for individuals, families, and businesses. The package provides relief through [...]

By |2021-01-04T15:05:31+00:00January 4th, 2021|Personal Finance|0 Comments

Can we talk? 6 ways to be open with your boss about depression

A psychiatrist and telehealth cofounder says mental health’s many stigmas make it hard for employees to broach the topic in the workplace. But they should and can without oversharing.   From COVID-19 and social and racial justice movements to wildfires and the most polarizing election in recent history, there’s no shortage of things keeping people [...]

By |2020-10-26T13:50:20+00:00October 26th, 2020|Personal Finance|0 Comments

Updates : Penalties for tax returns after Sept. 14 & Claim Economic Impact Payment

IR-2020-207, September 10, 2020 WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service today urged individuals who owe taxes but have not yet filed for 2019 to act now to avoid larger penalties that, by law, start after September 14. The tax deadline was July 15 this year. Taxpayers who submitted an extension have until October 15 to [...]

By |2020-09-14T12:34:17+00:00September 14th, 2020|Personal Finance|0 Comments

Millions of Americans have lost health insurance in this pandemic-driven recession. Here are their options

Amid historic levels of unemployment, as many as 12 million Americans may have lost their health insurance since February, according to a study by the Economic Policy Institute.  “Because most U.S. workers rely on their employer or a family member’s employer for health insurance, the shock of the coronavirus has cost millions of Americans their jobs and [...]

By |2020-08-31T13:27:43+00:00August 31st, 2020|Personal Finance|0 Comments
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