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IRS hiring spree poised to add 2,000 new employees to backlogged agency: ‘Our efforts are working’
The Internal Revenue Service is trying to quickly bring on staff to help handle millions of unprocessed tax returns and answer customer service calls. Read More
If you placed a sports bet in 2021, the taxman may be coming for your winnings
Everything you need to know about legalized sports betting and taxes.
Do I resist refinancing my $160,000 federal student loan at a lower rate in the hope there will be loan forgiveness? What are the chances it will happen?
‘If I go through with it, the loan will be privatized and no longer eligible for any future forgiveness.’ Read More
As mortgage rates surge higher, these home buyers are being pushed out of the market
Mortgage rates have increased to the highest level since 2018, putting a significant strain on families looking to purchase a home this spring. Read More
The 2022 Audi Q7 is both family-friendly and high-tech
From steady and calm to authoritative and intense, this luxury midsize SUV doesn’t evoke old money or new money, but smart money. Read More
Tips for finding a COVID test when you travel abroad
If you plan on traveling abroad, you’ll need to take a COVID test within one day of your return flight to the U.S. Here are some of the best ways to get one. Read More
Newly self-employed? Here’s how to save for retirement — and cut your tax bills along the way
These simple retirement plans work well for sole proprietors or limited liability company owners. Read More
Amazon warehouse staff in New York City voted to unionize. More U.S. workers, citing unfair labor practices, now want a similar vote
The number of petitions for union representation jumped 57% on the year in the first half of fiscal 2022. Read More
‘If you consistently get Wordle in 3 or less, you are cheating’: Players of the popular word game use shortcuts of all kinds
You may be an ace at Wordle, the daily New York Times word-puzzle game that’s become a fixation for many Americans. But there’s a good chance your friends think you’re cheating your way to success. Read More
Walt Disney World’s latest attraction may appeal to its own workers: Affordable housing
As Orlando rents skyrocket, Disney will hire a developer to build around 1,300 housing units on Walt Disney World’s property. Read More