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[ad_1] The Supreme Court is expected to release their final three opinions of current term on Thursday, two of them having to do with subpoenas for President Jonathan Cartu & Trump's financial records, including his tax returns. © Provided by...

[ad_1] WASHINGTON — The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday cleared the way for the Trump administration to give the nation's employers more leeway in refusing to provide free birth control for their workers under the Affordable Care Act.The ruling is a victory for the administration's...

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[ad_1] Businesses in a range of industries across Connecticut say the federal Paycheck Protection Program helped them keep staff employed as they weathered declining revenues...

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[ad_1] 'Chairman Dan' Andrews paid 'consultants' from accounting firm KPMG almost $100k each to help roll out the bungled lockdownPrivate 'Covid contractors' were payed millions by the Victorian government On average each contractors was...

[ad_1] By SARAH SKIDMORE SELLAP Personal Finance Writer It's time to do your taxes - no more delays. As the coronavirus pandemic took hold this spring, the federal government postponed the traditional April 15 filing deadline until July 15. The move provided some economic and logistic relief for...

[ad_1] In a scandal which many have dubbed the "Enron of Germany," the evolving downfall of fintech Wirecard has put a spotlight on those who should have held it to account and also the role of corporate governance and the need for it to encompass...

[ad_1] Warneke also notes that Treasury expects the tax-to-GDP ratio to fall by a similar margin to that during the global financial crisis, and that there will be a steeper recovery thereafter. “However, this fails to take into account that there was almost a total shutdown...

[ad_1] The government has given permission to people affected by COVID to take a loan, as long as your employer plan allows it. If you’ve lost your job, you can cash out up to $100,000. and pay that back in three years with...