FEMA on Monday opened its COVID-19 Funeral Assistance Line Number to pay back funeral expenses for COVID-19 deaths dating back to Jan. 20, 2020.
Across the U.S., 1 in 3 taxpayers are waiting until the deadline to file, according to a survey of 1,002 people by IPX 1031.
Major cities are selling out of cars for entire weekends, according to data from AutoSlash, and what limited availability remains is going for steep rates.
Biden is calling for $1.2 billion in additional funding for the IRS, largely so the agency can funnel more resources to audit wealthy taxpayers and corporations.
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As part of the budget deal reached this week by state lawmakers and the governor, New York plans to allocate $2.1 billion to an Excluded Worker Fund
About 18.4 million — or 8.8% American households — reported there was either sometimes or often not enough to eat. That was down from 10.7% in the first half of March.
The number of job openings was up 5.1% in February compared with a year ago before the economic fallout from the pandemic took hold in the U.S.
More than 25 million more stimulus checks were disbursed this week as part of the fourth batch of payments, bringing the total number of payments to 156 million.
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