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College acceptance rates for transfer students may rise due to coronavirus

With a number of undergraduates sitting this semester out, and many international students unable to enter the U.S., colleges are desperate to hit enrollment numbers, experts say.

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Over half of small businesses worry social distancing will hurt their chances of survival: Survey

Over half of small business owners surveyed by Verizon worry that social distancing will challenge their survival, but the Main Street outlook has improved since spring.

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If you’re still waiting for financial relief, stimulus payment deadline is Sept. 30

Some families received stimulus checks that fell short of what they were expecting. Federal beneficiaries can submit information on eligible children who were left out but they have to do so by Sept. 30.

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US Federal Reserve Actively Working on Digital Dollar

Bitcoin.com | Kevin Helms | Sep 26, 2020 The Federal Reserve Board of Governors and several Federal Reserve Banks are actively working on the digital dollar. Legislation has proposed that each American could have an account at the Fed for transacting in the central bank digital currency. Several Digital Dollar Initiatives The president of the


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6 retirement-planning mistakes to avoid when you are in your 60s

By the time you reach your 60s, you'll need to figure out when you want to retire and how you can make that happen.

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Wharton's Jeremy Siegel: Wall Street could boom in 2021 'no matter who is president'

The stock market is likely to see strong gains next year due to increased liquidity and an improvement in the coronavirus, the finance professor told CNBC on Monday.

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Here's how a succession plan could actually save your small business

Small business experts say having a succession or transition plan creates peace of mind for entrepreneurs, and also can make the business particularly attractive to potential investors.

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These two strategies may have helped Trump pay just $750 in federal taxes

Who said losses have to be a bad thing? President Donald Trump's business losses have helped him save on his taxes, according to The New York Times. Here's how it works.

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The app getting Wall Street’s attention that makes earnings calls ‘as easy as listening to podcasts’

Twenty-six-year-old Hadi Yousef launched the app Earnings Calls about four years ago, and it has grown through word of mouth. Now, it has the attention of people on Wall Street such as CNBC contributor Josh Brown.

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Top analysts recommend stocks like Alibaba and AutoZone amid the September sell-off

TipRanks analyst ranking service pinpointed some of the picks of Wall Street's best-performing analysts.

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The ‘black hole’ of unemployment benefits: Six months into the pandemic, some are still waiting for aid

Half a year into the coronavirus-fueled recession, states are still struggling to pay unemployment benefits, leaving thousands waiting months for aid to arrive.

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A hedge fund looks to stop a big real estate owner from breaking up

Land & Buildings this week sent a letter to Apartment Investment & Management Co. over its spin-off plan.

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Tuition refund deadline approaches at many colleges — here’s what happens next

With the fate of the fall semester still uncertain, families are more aware of college refund policies than ever before. Here's how to get yours before it's too late.

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High-paying freelance jobs where you can earn $80,000 or more during the pandemic

There are many freelance jobs in America that let you earn $80,000 in annual income or more during the current Covid-19 pandemic.

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Op-ed: The pandemic has forced firms to offer early retirement plans. Here’s what to consider before you decide to pack it in

Amid the pandemic downturn, some firms are offering early retirement to executives as part of efforts aimed at sparing the jobs of younger and less well paid employees. For corporate executives staring at a possible early and unexpected retirement, here are some recommendations to determine if the package you've been offered is the right one for you.

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