Governors of states hardest hit by the outbreak have begun asking lawmakers to lift the $10,000 cap on state and local tax deductions.
The outbreak has stretched staffing and added a frightening new element of uncertainty to the already dangerous job of guarding inmates. Correction officers work closely with infected inmates and can’t do their jobs from home.
Some employees can make more money if they claim unemployment.
The government moved to address servicer liquidity on Tuesday, but the industry is hoping for more help.
The $350 billion in funding for the program had officially run out as of Thursday.
The state is known for its aggressive policy when it comes to auditing residency cases.
Here’s how much they will be eligible for.
Taxpayers may be wary of returning to densely-populated areas in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.
For some individuals, prepaid cards may be a safer and faster option than paper checks.
Governors in New York, New Jersey say repealing the cap would give a boost to their middle-class residents.
The company has garnered considerable attention on social media during the coronavirus crisis with a Twitter thread warning people to question their news sources amid a torrent of misinformation about the virus.
The U.S. economy has already begun to show signs of strain.
The state of New York had more than 44,360 cases as of Friday.
A number of companies have begun offering employees increased pay.
As of Wednesday night there were more than 63,870 confirmed cases in the U.S.
The trucking industry has been working with lawmakers to address regulatory and compliance hurdles that have arisen as a result of business closures.