Mark J. Kohler and Matt Sorenson, Nationally respected Tax Lawyers, will dive deep into the impact IRS extensions have on your plans. March 30, 2020 1 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Small business owners, like yourself, are wondering how are your business retirement plan contributions are impacted with the IRS
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Kelly Tyko USA TODAY Published 10:03 PM EDT Mar 30, 2020 Updated: As new stores designate shopping hours for seniors and vulnerable customers, we will add to our list.  Some retailers are setting aside time for their most vulnerable customers to shop. Acknowledging that older adults and persons with underlying health conditions are more susceptible
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The Virgin Orbit ventilator device. Virgin Orbit Richard Branson’s California-based rocket company Virgin Orbit partnered with medical researchers and developed a ventilator device that the company plans to mass produce and send to hospitals around the United States to fight coronavirus. “[It is] a very, very simple and robust design that we can get out to
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Jazmin Goodwin USA TODAY Published 3:58 PM EDT Mar 30, 2020 Thin Mint cookies, anyone?  After Girl Scouts of the USA suspended door-to-door sales and cookie booths because of the spread of COVID-19, the organization is taking the cookie season online. Girl Scouts announced Friday that you can buy Tagalongs, Samoas and other cookies online. The efforts are part of a “Girl
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The $2 trillion coronavirus relief package President Trump signed into law Friday significantly expands unemployment benefits for out-of-work Americans. The law pays laid-off and furloughed workers an extra $600 a week, for up to four months, and extends existing state benefits by 13 weeks. It also offers jobless benefits to previously ineligible groups, such as
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Mike Wilson, Chief U.S. Equity Strategist and Chief Investment Officer at Morgan Stanley. Adam Jeffery | CNBC Investors should be taking advantage of the market’s steep coronavirus-driven sell-off from February highs, Morgan Stanley‘s Mike Wilson told CNBC on Thursday.  “We’ve been scaling back into stocks over the last two, three or four weeks. We’re not
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Shayna Murphy Reviewed.com Published 7:11 AM EDT Mar 29, 2020 — Recommendations are independently chosen by Reviewed’s editors. Purchases you make through our links may earn us a commission. As the number of confirmed coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in the U.S. continues to grow, more families are searching for ways to buy hand sanitizer, toilet paper, and other household essentials in
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And why frictionless payment methods have to become the norm. March 27, 2020 4 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Convenience has a new name: frictionless. Consumers are favoring companies that provide streamlined online buying experiences. Think Amazon’s one-click purchase (perhaps the world’s most frictionless checkout process) and Facebook’s proposed Libra
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Kelly Tyko USA TODAY Published 9:47 PM EDT Mar 27, 2020 Some of America’s most iconic stores that temporarily shut down are now saying closures will last for many weeks – and possibly indefinitely. The latest casualties from the coronavirus economic deluge include Apple, Express, Urban Outfitters and Guess? stores, all of which are closed “until further notice.” Nike,
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CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Friday he did not think investors were properly factoring in the likelihood a successful antiviral treatment for COVID-19 is developed.  “Is anyone even thinking anymore that there is something going on at any drug company that actually may have an antiviral?” Cramer said on “Squawk on the Street.” “I have just been
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katleho Seisa Congress may permit retirees to skip required minimum distributions from their retirement savings. The House coronavirus relief bill, which was released yesterday, contains a provision that waives for 2020 the required minimum distributions from individual retirement accounts and workplace retirement plans. A similar provision is in the latest version of the Senate bill.
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