Month: July 2020

Getty On Tuesday, the Commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service, Charles Rettig, testified before the Senate Finance Committee.  His message was a clear one: He is an enforcement-minded commissioner and “the IRS is committed to pursuing those who . . . intentionally evade their tax obligations.”  Mr. Rettig did not mince words. His IRS will “aggressively pursue
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Owner and Qualifying Broker at Rhino Realty Property Management and Rhino Realty B&B, entrepreneur, investor, advisor, author and speaker. Getty With the current climate of the world, everyone in the real estate industry is doing the best they can to navigate ever-changing rules and regulations. Historically speaking, the role of a property manager has always had its
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Baylor College of Medicine’s Dr. Peter Hotez warned Wednesday that the long-term health consequences of the coronavirus remain uncertain, even though medical professionals have a better grasp of treating a current infection.  “We still have to address that long-term debilitating effects. The effects of this virus are going to haunt us for a generation, I’m afraid,”
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Macy’s at Valencia Town Center Mall opens for curbside pickup service during COVID-19 outbreak on May 21, 2020 in Santa Clarita, California. Robin L Marshall | Getty Images Macy’s said Wednesday it swung to a first-quarter loss, in line with its previously announced estimates, as the coronavirus pandemic helped slice sales nearly in half.  Chief Executive Jeff
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TOPLINE In a Wednesday interview with Fox Business, President Trump said he supports a second round of direct payments to individuals—it’s the first time he has publicly declared his support for the idea, which has been the subject of vehement debate among lawmakers in Washington in recent weeks. US President Donald Trump speaks following a
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Founder and CEO of SmartRent, an enterprise home automation and internet of things platform for the multifamily industry. Getty Amazon has changed our expectations as consumers. While it was once necessary to visit a number of stores to buy clothes, books and household products, it can now all be delivered through one e-commerce platform, often within
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Pedestrians in Washington pass a “We Are Open” restaurant sign during the Covid-19 outbreak on May 12. Jonathan Ernst | Reuters When it comes to the next coronavirus stimulus package and providing more direct financial aid, the question on most Americans’ lips is, “Will they or won’t they?” One political analyst predicts it’s likely lawmakers
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Market bull John Stoltzfus sees ways to make profits in the year’s second half, but it won’t come easy. The Oppenheimer Asset Management chief investment strategist warns the wild swings won’t subside anytime soon due to how traders and nervous investors are reacting to headline risks. “They’re waiting for some catalyst to cross the tape
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Gary Vaynerchuk wishes young people would stop aspiring to make millions of dollars. The 44-year-old self-made multimillionaire entrepreneur and CEO of VaynerMedia says he’s seen that chasing millions makes people unhappy in life.  “If you’re under 25, you think you have to make a million dollars a year to even be in the game,” Vaynerchuk tells
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Joseph Wardenaar was an executive chef in Portland before the coronavirus hit. Now he’s pursuing a career in computer programming. Source: Joseph Wardenaar Before the coronavirus crisis, Joseph Wardenaar was a successful chef in Portland, Oregon. At 36, he had worked his way up from line cook to executive chef at Irving Street Kitchen. Then,
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