The government will stay open until mid-December. The Senate passed and President Trump signed a continuing resolution to keep the federal government funded and open until December 11. Still no coronavirus relief deal, talks continue. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin made a counter offer of a $1.6 trillion in talks with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi over coronavirus relief package.
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Joshua Harris, Apollo Global Management Co-Founder speaks during the 2020 Delivering Alpha conference on Sept. 30th, 2020. CNBC A notable private equity investor said Wednesday that the boom in special purpose acquisition companies was not just a passing fad. Apollo Global Management co-founder Joshua Harris said at the Delivering Alpha conference presented by CNBC and
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The Internal Revenue Service has issued final regulations that update the federal income tax withholding rules for certain periodic retirement and annuity payments made after Dec. 31. In July, the IRS released a draft of a redesigned 2021 Form W-4P and instructions intended to align with the redesigned W-4. The draft W-4P also proposed a
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Barry Sternlicht, Starwood Capital Group Chairman and CEO, speaking during the 2020 Delivering Alpha conference on Sept. 30th, 2020. CNBC Starwood’s Barry Sternlicht expects high flying technology stocks to fall from their heights if Former Vice President Joe Biden wins the 2020 election and Democrats take control of both chambers of Congress.   ”Maybe long term, two,
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Legalizing recreational marijuana is a hot topic in many states where the state budgets are in disarray because of the coronavirus pandemic and new revenue sources are being sought. Combined with a desire to decriminalize marijuana, the zeitgeist is ideal for legalization. This Election Day, voters in Arizona, Montana, New Jersey, and South Dakota will consider legalization and
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More bucks for the IRS; deductible haircuts; virtues of virtual learning; and other highlights from our favorite tax bloggers. Getting serious Tax Vox (https://www.taxpolicycenter.org/taxvox): Yin and Yang Dept: “How Much More Money Could the IRS Collect If Congress Gave Them More Money?” TaxProf Blog (http://taxprof.typepad.com/taxprof_blog/): Turns out the Congressional Budget Office has estimated that modest
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An indoor farming start-up that heralds itself as the future of agriculture and has Martha Stewart on its board announced Tuesday it is going public through a reverse merger, the latest in a series of blank-check deals during the coronavirus pandemic.   Kentucky-based AppHarvest is merging with special purpose acquisition company Novus Capital Corp., while picking up $475 million
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