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Nov. 29 is the final day to make changes for the last child tax credit payment this year

Time is running out for families with kids to make any changes to information the IRS has on file for…

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Teachers can deduct Covid-19 related expenses on their taxes this year. What to know

eyecrave | E+ | Getty Images Teachers who have spent their own money on masks, hand sanitizer or other Covid-19…

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Op-ed: It’s important to understand all your options with a deferred compensation plan

krisanapong detraphiphat | Moment | Getty Images For those eligible, a deferred compensation plan is a powerful employee benefit to…

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One provision of the child tax credit that Democrats are fighting to make permanent may slash poverty by 19%

Mother Ladayna Jordan, left, leads her children, Alayna, Aedan, Aaliyah and Ahmier Davis, left to right, to the front door…

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Business

Build Back Better would extend tax credit boost for millions of low-income Americans

President Joe Biden delivers remarks on his Build Back Better agenda from the East Room of the White House after…

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US, EU say deal on steel tariffs will help on climate change

President Joe Biden is praising a new U.S. and European Union agreement that would crack down on “dirty steel” that…

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‘Stupid’ and ‘insane’: Some billionaires vent over tax plan

Elon Musk isn’t happy. With a personal fortune that is flirting with $300 billion, the Tesla CEO — the richest…

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Business

White House, Dems hurriedly reworking $2 trillion Biden plan

WASHINGTON — The White House and Democrats are hurriedly reworking key aspects of President Joe Biden’s $2 trillion domestic policy…

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Rules for flexible spending accounts are more generous this year, if your employer opted in. Here’s what to know

If you heard that the rules for flexible spending accounts are more generous this year, it’s true. Just don’t count…

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A single ticket hit Powerball’s $699.8 million jackpot. Here’s the winner’s tax bill

There’s a Powerball winner in California who’s about to be ultra-wealthy — even after giving good ol’ Uncle Sam a…

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