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“I was scrapped after 40 years of marriage”: can my ex-husband file a joint tax return without my consent? He tried to take my two raise checks
“He told me right away that he had no intention of giving me part of our joint tax return because he said I was no longer working.”
My ex-husband signed a contract with our son saying he would only pay for his education if he got a C or better. This contradicts our divorce agreement
“We included in our settlement an agreement for everyone to pay $ 10,000 per year for our son’s college education. Our son is in college and is 20 years old now. ‘
Millions of Americans who were unemployed last year face yet another shock: a 2020 tax bill they can’t afford
A new bill wants to block federal income tax on the first $ 10,200 a person received in unemployment benefits last year.
Golf legend Greg Norman seeks buyer for his $ 60 million resort on Jupiter Island
Golf legend Greg Norman looks at the sale of his long-standing estate on the exclusive island of Jupiter.
Why vacation home markets are booming in Alabama and New Hampshire
City dwellers in major cities across the United States trying to weather the pandemic have shifted their search for vacation homes from flashy fashionable locations to remote areas. Call it social distancing in the extreme.
White House “Extremely Open” to Student Loan Debt Cancellation, Schumer Says
“Canceling student loan debt is the most effective executive step President Biden can take to revive this economy,” said Senator Elizabeth Warren.
3 ways Jeff Bezos’ tenure at Amazon helped and hurt American workers and consumers
72% of consumers said they expected more from other retailers because of Amazon, according to a survey.
Financial stress pushes more Americans to move as pandemic rages on
The share of people who have moved because of the pandemic continues to rise, but their reasons have changed in recent months.
Are you better now than a year ago? Only 35% of Americans say yes
It’s the worst assessment of financial well-being since 2014, according to Gallup.
Community colleges and their students were already vulnerable. Then the pandemic struck
Enrollment in community colleges generally increases during a recession. This slowdown is in free fall.
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Yellen meets with regulators on GameStop volatility and pledges to protect investors
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen called a meeting on Thursday with the nation’s top regulators, who continue to examine whether the recent volatility of popular ‘memes stocks’ and the response of brokers to it’ is compatible with protection. fair and efficient investors and markets, ”according to a Treasury Department statement.
Why “Buy American” Isn’t Doing Enough for the Economy and National Security
Domestic manufacturing in critical areas is lacking and production is expected to be brought back to the United States from overseas.
Biden says “America is back,” promises to face China over economy in first foreign policy speech as president
President Biden on Thursday reaffirmed the United States’ commitment to the world, saying “diplomacy is back” in his first foreign policy speech as commander-in-chief.
As COVID-19 vaccine doses reach 10 million, UK cautiously views encouraging figures for pandemic
Hospital admissions and deaths have declined across the UK, England’s chief medical officer Chris Whitty said on Wednesday.
Child poverty is three times more common than previously thought
A third of households with one child were poor in net worth in 2019, three times the income poor.
From vaccines to moonshots, governments can be successful if they focus on accomplishing the mission
A mission-driven approach is not about “picking winners” by government, but about choosing directions for change that require investment and innovation in many sectors.