Roughly 11,000 IRS employees are returning to their offices. They face millions of unopened mail documents and tax returns that have accumulated during covid-19. The IRS has focused this reopening in the three states (Kentucky, Utah, and Texas) where the agency processes much of the mail and paper tax returns it receives. There were 4.7…

The USA economy is in a COMA… But that doesn’t mean we’re heading into a depression just yet. We have been told “stay home to mitigate the effects of Covid-19” Most states have a full or partial stay-at-home order in place. Essential employees can go to work. Others work at home. We have never seen…

Divorce and the Pandemic Emotions are running high! Anxiety, stress, fear, and sadness have all been amplified. But what do you do when those feelings affect your marriage? Or, what if prior marital discord has made the “lockdown” far worse? How can you deal with the concept of a divorce at a time like this?…

Expect a Meat Shortage Coronavirus-linked problems in meat supply chain indicates meat shortages which means price increases for consumers. According to the USDA’s weekly report from April 27, beef production was down nearly 25% year-over-year, while and pork production was down 15%. At least 20 meatpackers have already died from COVID-19, and more than 5,000…

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