April 15, 2021


An Age-By-Age Guide to Teaching Kids About Money

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In my experience, this is the age that kids really get into the concept of earning money themselves, if they haven’t already. They may be running their own lemonade stand (or neighborhood franchise?) by now or thinking of other things they could sell, whether it be personalized drawings, hand-drawn comic books, or colorful painted rocks.

My pre-teen nieces once set up a “store” full of their original artwork at my parents’ house, and you better believe we all took turns walking through and purchasing a slew of treasures—they even made personalized bags and

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Usher Allegedly Gave an Exotic Dancer Money With His Face on It

It’s been a tough year for dancers in the adult industry. In light of the closure of clubs during the pandemic, many dancers have had to scramble to make ends meet, pivoting to platforms like OnlyFans or dancing for tips on IG Live. So when a dancer at Sapphire Las Vegas accused Usher of using counterfeit money with his face on it to tip, dancers across the country rallied behind her.

On her Instagram story, a dancer who goes by @beel0ve posted a photo of the Usher-branded bills. “Ladies, what would you do if you danced all night for

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Here’s how much money every player made at the Masters

Hideki Matsuyama won the 2021 Masters — and a cool $2.07 million.

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The 2021 Masters purse has held steady for the last two years after increasing by $500,000 in 2019 to $11.5 million — the second-highest purse total of all four major championships.

This year’s champion will match the payout received by 2019 champion, Tiger Woods, and 2020 champion, Dustin Johnson — a whopping $2.07 million. The runner-up will receive a cool $1.24 million.

Even the players who missed the cut (of which there were 33) receive a payout of $10,000 each

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‘Dire shape’: UW-Madison pushes for money to replace Humanities Building | Higher education

“It really hasn’t functioned from day one,” Gary Brown, the university’s director of campus planning and landscape architecture, told On Wisconsin, UW-Madison’s alumni magazine, in a recent story detailing how cost-cutting in the 1960s doomed the building’s longevity and functionality from the start.

Single-pane windows ice up every winter, causing a “waterfall” in the stairwell and standing water in offices come spring. The roofs habitually leak and poor ventilation prompts a long list of complaints from cold employees. The building’s main lecture hall got a new ceiling in 2015 after chunks started falling out of it during classes. Water stains

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Stimulus check status update: IRS delivery schedule, when your plus-up money will arrive

The $1,400 stimulus checks continue to go out, but what happens if you only get a partial payment?

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If the IRS hasn’t sent your stimulus check yet, this could be your week. A new batch of the $1,400 payments drops on Wednesday. While it’s focused in part on veterans who don’t file taxes, payments also continue to arrive in the mail. The IRS is also sending out weekly plus-up payments for people who didn’t get all the money they were owed. We’ll explain more below:

For additional information, many people who get stimulus checks could also

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ACLU lawsuit claims Ohio unconstitutionally garnished inmates’ stimulus money: The Wake Up for Tuesday, April 13, 2021

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Forecasts are calling for a beautiful day, with mostly sunny skies and highs in the mid-60s. Overnight lows will be in the mid-40s with partly cloudy skies. Read more.

Local scores: Chicago White Sox 4, Indians 3

Prisoners’ stimulus: A lawsuit from the American Civil Liberties Union argues Ohio’s prison system has been unconstitutionally garnishing inmates’ COVID-19 relief money to pay for fines, fees, and other debts to courts and state agencies. The suit claims that the Ohio Department

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