Regardless of your profession, employment status, or location in the U.S., it’s likely that you’ve been financially impacted by COVID-19 in one way or another. The undeniable hit to our economy has proven more than detrimental for millions, and for some, the changes have forced revisions to how we view our current state and the
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An ultra-Orthodox Jewish man receives a vaccination against the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) as Israel continues its national vaccination drive, during a third national COVID lockdown, at a Maccabi Healthcare Services branch in Ashdod, Israel December 29, 2020. Amir Cohen | Reuters Israel has already immunized about 647,000 people against Covid-19, a whopping 7% of its
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Start a side gig in 2020? Whether you lost your job due to COVID-19, or you simply wanted to earn some extra cash, side gigs tend to complicate your tax filing a bit. Over the years, the IRS refined its rules for gig workers. But obviously, the IRS still wants you to pay taxes on
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The government’s stimulus response to the pandemic may accelerate the trend of companies offering student loan assistance as a benefit. Mark Chilton | iStock | Getty Images Student loan assistance, which started as a niche offering by a handful of companies, was already finding its way into the mainstream menu of workplace benefits before Covid
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