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Image Source | Getty Images Many Americans are at risk of not receiving their $1,200 stimulus checks. Now, research estimates that as many as 12 million people could go without the payments due to them. That’s according to the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, a non-partisan research and policy institute. The center based its
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Details: KLR Executive Search Group, part of KLR, a Top 100 Firm based in Providence, Rhode Island, has merged with Next Exec, an executive search and coaching firm in Salem, Massachusetts, expanding KLR’s health care practice. The deal gives KLR entry into the senior living industry, including nursing homes and assisted living facilities. Joining KLR
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Matt Marfoglia, a waiter at the Tasting Kitchen in Los Angeles, was furloughed in March. Enhanced unemployment benefits are helping him make ends meet financially, but they may end after July. Matt Marfoglia Matt Marfoglia was living paycheck to paycheck before the coronavirus pandemic. Now, while unemployed, he’s barely scraping by.  The 51-year-old was furloughed
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The Internal Revenue Service is warning taxpayers and tax professionals once again to beware of tax fraud and other related financial scams related to the COVID-19 pandemic. In recent months, the IRS’s Criminal Investigation unit has noticed various scams related to economic impact payment and other financial schemes attempting to take advantage of unwary taxpayers.
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Cash payments that employers make to charitable organizations providing relief to victims of the COVID-19 pandemic in exchange for sick, vacation or personal leave that their employees forgo will not be treated as compensation, according to new guidance from the Internal Revenue Service. At the same time, Notice 2020-46 provides that employees will not be
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Disunion; 13 grand in cigars; ‘til theft do us part; and other highlights of recent tax cases. Detroit: Gary Jones, former president of the international United Auto Workers union, has pleaded guilty to conspiring with other UAW officials to embezzle over $1 million of UAW dues money, to further racketeering activity, and to evading taxes.
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Thursday, Colorado Representatives Yadira Caraveo (D) and Julie McCluskie (D) as well as Senators Rhonda Fields (D) and Dominick Moreno (D) introduced HB1427 which, if approved by voters in November, would increase tobacco taxes in Colorado in three stages beginning January 2021. The tax on cigarettes would increase to $1.94 in 2021, to $2.24 in
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