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Monthly Archives: August 2021

Child Care Credit

If you are paying a facility or an individual to watch your children this summer, you may benefit from the dependent care credit, often referred to as the “child care credit.” The American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) signed into law earlier this year increases the tax benefits associated with this […]

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5 Tips for Job Seekers Over 50

You’ve got loads of experience in your field. You know things that only time can teach you. However, all of your experience and knowledge can sometimes work against you. And even though age discrimination is illegal, it doesn’t mean it isn’t prevalent. You can’t turn back the clock, but you […]

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Blocking Voter Expansion, Proposing Greater Scrutiny of Inspectors General, and Paving the Way for Climate Change Measures

For the People Act of 2021 (HR 12) – This bill is designed to improve voter access to the ballot box by expanding automatic and same-day voter registration, vote-by-mail and early voting. The legislation also contains provisions that limit removing voters from voter rolls, strengthens ethics rules for public servants, […]

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