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Katrina Pierce Charged With Using Names Of Homicide Victims To Collect Tax Refunds And Stimulus Checks, And She Has Been To Jail For Similar Programs

By Dana Kozlov and Adam Harrington CHICAGO (CBS) – Federal authorities on Thursday charged a woman with filing false income tax returns and obtaining fraudulent COVID-19 stimulus payments using the identities of homicide victims in Chicago and beyond – some of whom were children. READ MORE: “It’s so moving”: Chicago’s Lyric Opera reopens on Friday Katrina Pierce has been charged ...

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Monadnock Ledger-Transcript – Money loss could impact Peterborough property taxpayers

For the ledger-transcription Posted: 09/15/2021 15:47:48 PM In a typical year, the Select Board would take money out of an unrestricted fund balance account to reduce property taxes in the City of Peterborough. But it’s not a normal year. Selectmen will consider making a withdrawal from this fund, which now contains $ 3 million, on Tuesday to help fill the ...

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5 exclusive credit cards that fill you with service

We may receive payments from affiliate links included in this content. Our affiliate partners do not influence our opinions or editorial analysis. To learn more, see our Advertiser Disclosure. The credit card details in this article have been collected independently and have not been reviewed or approved by any advertiser. With common credit cards now charging hundreds of dollars in ...

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No, animals didn’t escape a New Jersey zoo during Ida

The claim: Animals escaped from a New Jersey zoo during a storm The remnants of Hurricane Ida struck New Jersey on September 1, leaving neighborhoods, roads and parking lots submerged and at least 27 dead. In the aftermath of the storm, images were shared on social media allegedly showing exotic animals roaming the streets after escaping from the Turtle Back ...

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How to manage your finances as a student without paying fees

NEW YORK – August 28, 2021 – (Newswire.com) As a student, you often incur debt during your studies. And for many students, even working part-time is not an option. This means that financial management is vital. And avoiding paying fees can go a long way in ensuring you have enough money to survive the school years. Here’s what you need ...

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Joint Economic Community Development Council Meeting – Lexington Progress

The Henderson County Joint Economic Development Board met on August 23, 2021.Photo by: W. Clay Crook / The Lexington Progress Article by W. Clay Crook- The Joint Economic Community Development Council for Henderson County met at the Lexington Utilities Operations Center on Monday, August 23, 2021. Lexington Mayor Jeff Griggs, House Manager Melissa Gilbert, City Manager of Parkers Crossroads Steve ...

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IQ Financial Advisor – Content page

The Employee Benefits Research Institute released a report outlining five types of retirees with the aim of helping them be better served by advisers, pension providers and others. EBRI identifies the five profiles of retirees as average, comfortable, wealthy, struggling and just getting off. The main characteristics used by EBRI to identify retiree profiles are financial assets, income, debt and ...

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Caldwell Night Rodeo 2021 crowns the champions

Shad Mayfield was the winner of this year’s Caldwell Night Rodeo. He won all three tie-down runs and was the overall champion with over $ 13,000. By Susan Kanode for Caldwell Night Rodeo CALDWELL, Idaho (August 20, 2021) – When the Caldwell night rodeo wrapped up on Saturday night, contestants had received $ 374,460, two rodeo nights were sold, and ...

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Smart strategies to help you save for a wonderful wedding

The question was skipped; the engagement ring presented. What’s the next step on the road to marriage? Saving should definitely be on the minds of couples. A wedding is possibly the costliest party a couple will ever throw. According to The Knot’s 2019 Actual Marriage Study, the average cost of a wedding in 2019 was $ 33,900. There are many ...

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