May 6, 2021

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DC encourages a return to the office to help small businesses

D.C.’s government is signaling it wants employees who have been working from home throughout the pandemic to return to their offices downtown, with the hope that it will help small businesses and storefronts in the area.

D.C.’s government is signaling it wants employees who have been working from home throughout the pandemic to return to their offices downtown, with the hope that it will help small businesses and storefronts in the area.

“We know that people have been working throughout the pandemic, but now is the right time to bring people back to the office,” said Deputy Mayor for Planning

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Business owner is confident downtown vibe will return | News

Dick Nelson, the owner of two businesses in downtown Johnson City, has seen his fair share of ups and downs in the business world during the past two decades.

And while the COVID-19 pandemic has certainly been a low point for many local retailers and restauranteurs, Nelson believes there are better days ahead for his and other downtown businesses.

“The pandemic has set many things back 10 years, but I don’t think it will take 10 years for the downtown to recover,” said Nelson, who owns the building at the corner of East Main Street and Colonial Way where he

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Apple launches $200 million forestry fund it says will bring financial return for investors

Apple has created a $200 million fund designed to remove carbon emissions from the air and support the sustainable forestry the company uses to package iPhones and more. Yet the fund will still generate a financial return for investors.

Called the Restore Fund, the effort launched with Goldman Sachs
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The project is also meant to show other for-profit

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Return to Lewis & Clark Brings High Peaks, Loads of Personal Bests for Vikings

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PORTLAND, Ore. — 

It might be the track, or it might just be where the meets have fallen in the schedule. No matter what, Lewis & Clark’s Eldon Fix Track has been a place where the Portland State track & field runners have flashed their wheels, which they did again Saturday at the Lewis & Clark Invite.
 

Four weeks after the Vikings had 13 of 15 athletes set personal bests in the 1,500 meters at the Lewis & Clark Spring Break Classic, the Vikings made some waves in the mid-distances again Saturday. Ten Vikings

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Sorry, you could have to return your stimulus money to the IRS. Here’s why and how

Any extra stimulus money you received may not be yours to keep.


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This tax season, many people are using this time to claim their tax refunds and file for any stimulus money they never got with the first two payments. But if you’re in a different situation where you received stimulus money you weren’t actually qualified for, the IRS may ask you to send it back. We’ll help you understand if this situation applies to you, especially since the third stimulus check may have similar requirements.

People are typically excluded from receiving stimulus checks due

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Sorry, you may have to return your stimulus money to the IRS. Here’s why and how

Any extra stimulus money you received may not be yours to keep.


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With tax season here, now’s the time to file for any stimulus money you never received with the first two checks when you file your tax return. But what if you’re in a different boat and you received stimulus money you didn’t actually qualify for — will the IRS require you to return in? We’ll help answer your question, especially since the same rules could apply to a third stimulus check, complicating this tax season.

Some qualification details exclude many people from

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