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Yahoo BusinessDec 03, 2022
Billionaire Steve Cohen Goes Big on These 2 High-Yield Dividend Stocks

Got $5,000? 3 Top Dividend Stocks to Buy Right Now (The Motley Fool)

Yahoo BusinessDec 03, 2022
‘My friends and family say I'm rich.' I'm 26 and make $100,000 a year living in St. Louis, where I pay $850 in rent. But I can't afford to buy a home, and am losing money when I invest. Would hiring a financial adviser be a smart move?

The Moneyist: ‘Things are rocky between us': My girlfriend and I sold our Florida home. Our $200,000 profit was wired to her account. She refuses to give me my fair share. What's my next move? (MarketWatch)

Google Business NewsDec 03, 2022
Trump calls for suspending Constitution, drawing White House rebuke - The Washington Post
Trump calls for suspending Constitution, drawing White House rebuke  The Washington PostTrump calls for the termination of the Constitution in Truth Social post  CNNTrump calls for ‘termination' of election rules in Constitution to overturn 2020 election  The HillPOLITICO Playbook: Trump's pre-runoff message: Terminate the Constitution - POLITICO  POLITICOTrump: Constitution should be terminated due to "massive" election fraud  Axios

Reddit users fill Kanye subreddit with Holocaust posts - The Washington Post (Google Business News)

MarketWatchDec 03, 2022
Beth Pinsker: As crypto losses and exchange failures mount, here's how tax experts say to make the best of it
The pain will be much greater for those who had money at failed exchanges or lenders such as FTX and BlockFi.

Google Market NewsDec 03, 2022
Jonathan the tortoise celebrates 190th birthday, oldest living land animal - Fox News
Jonathan the tortoise celebrates 190th birthday, oldest living land animal  Fox NewsJonathan the tortoise, world's oldest land animal, celebrates his 190th birthday  CNNWorld's oldest tortoise turns 190 having seen off two world wars and British Empire  The IndependentWorld's oldest recorded tortoise prepares for 190th birthday party  The Guardian

KiplingerSep 09, 2022
Arizona Storm Victims Get More Time to Pay Taxes
The IRS has granted victims of the recent severe storms in Arizona more time to file various individual and business tax returns and make tax payments. Specifically, victims of the storms on July 17 and 18, 2022, have until November 15, 2022, to file and pay tax returns and payments due between July 17 and November 14.

SEE MORE 2022 Tax Calendar: Important Tax Due Dates and Deadlines The tax relief is available to anyone in any area designated by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) as qualifying for individual assistance. At this point, only affected taxpayers who live or have a business in the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community qualify for the extensions, but the IRS will offer the same relief to any taxpayers in other Arizona localities designated by FEMA later.

The IRS will also work with other people who live outside the disaster area but whose tax records are in the disaster area. Call the IRS at 866-562-5227 if you face this situation. This also includes workers assisting the relief activities who are affiliated with a recognized government or philanthropic organization.

Deadlines Extended The deadlines that are pushed back include extended 2021 personal income tax returns that were supposed to be due on October 17, 2022. However, payments for 2021 income taxes that were due on April 18, 2022, are not extended. In addition, Arizona storm victims in the designated area get more time to make the estimated tax payments due on September 15, 2022.


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