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By Deb Hipp, Next Avenue Contributor If you’re trying to figure out how the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, the sweeping tax law that took effect in 2018, has changed deductions for people 65 and older and family caregivers, you’re not alone. The 2019 tax season brings several changes that affect these people filing federal returns
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Getty March 21 is Global Surveyors’ Day. This is the second year for a day of worldwide recognition of those unique contributions from professional surveyors and the surveying profession. Global Surveyors’ Day is an initiative of the National Society of Professional Surveyors (NSPS) and the Council of European Geodetic Surveyors (CLGE), and endorsed by the
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A production halt of Boeing‘s 737 Max jets could be felt well beyond the aerospace giant’s quarterly profits, according to J.P. Morgan. Michael Feroli, the bank’s chief U.S. economist, said in a note to clients that annualized U.S. GDP could fall by 0.6 percentage points if production of the beleaguered airplane is halted temporarily. “This
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Digital payment is becoming increasingly popular in Indonesia — yet 99 percent of transactions by volume are carried out using cash, according to management consultancy McKinsey and Company. To tap the massive potential of Indonesia’s electronic payment market, Go-Pay — the mobile wallet of ride-hailing app Go-Jek — is planning to “strengthen and deepen” its
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