Former Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Scott Gottleib testifies before the House Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration and Related Agencies Subcommittee about the Trump Administration’s proposed federal budget during a hearing in the Rayburn House Office Building on Capitol Hill May 25, 2017 in Washington, DC. Chip Somodevilla / Getty Images The Food
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For most households, sticking to a budget is apparently far easier said than done. Even though most consumers (74%) say they have a budget, 79% of them fail to stick to it, according to research from crowd-sourced shopping platform SlickDeals.net. On average, the weekly amount that people spend — not including bills like mortgage or
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photo: Getty There’s a lot of hype surrounding the December 31, 2019, qualified opportunity zone (QOZ) deadline. This deadline represents the last day for investors to place capital gains in a qualified opportunity zone fund (QOZF) and receive the maximum 15% step-up in basis benefit. For investors up against either the 180-day deadline or pressure
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Introduction and Action Steps The Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement Act of 2019, called the “SECURE Act” makes significant changes to how IRAs and certain retirement benefits must be treated post-death. Rules Committee Print 116–44 Text of the House Amendment to the Senate Amendment To H.R. 1865, December 16, 2019, the “Further Consolidated Appropriations
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Getty How many of you are dreading the breakout of political warfare over Christmas dinner? I am and I’m not even formally eligible to celebrate the holiday. I’ve seen no reliable count, but I sense that tens to hundreds of thousands of families have already come apart thanks to the Great Divider. The President, while
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photo: Getty Successfully flipping a house depends on adding value with construction. Effectively adding that value requires strategic planning and successful management of contractors. Frequent advice on flipping a house begins with, “Get at least three bids, and make the contractor responsible for overages.” This advice assumes contractors know the expected costs and are capable
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By Holly Lawrence, Next Avenue Contributor Getty Two of America’s most influential advocates for caregivers, Maria Shriver and Ai-jen Poo, recently partnered on a poll that examines the state of caregiving in our country. One of the poll’s most significant findings, according to Shriver and Poo: We are a nation of caregivers in crisis, unified
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