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Op-ed: Does voting from overseas impact your tax status? Here's what U.S. expats need to know before they vote

Many Americans living overseas wonder if they can vote in U.S. elections and whether doing so will affect their tax status. The short answer is "no" when it comes to federal elections but it's a little more complicated when it comes to state-level races.

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Cramer to investors: If Congress approves a stimulus bill, 'you can't be out of this market'

"If we get a stimulus package and you're out of the market, you will feel awful," CNBC's Jim Cramer said on Thursday.

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Op-ed: What matters for cannabis investors heading into the November elections

Markets often reward those who sit at the table early for major secular investment themes like cannabis.

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Nearly 8 million people may get a piece of $2.7 billion in health insurance rebates this year

The amount that insurers are refunding to policyholders this fall would be almost double the $1.4 billion or so refunded a year ago, with about 7.9 million people getting a rebate.

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Shares of furniture retailer Herman Miller soar 35% as home office sales surge

Herman Miller reported fiscal first quarter earnings per share of $1.24, blowing past the earnings of 26 cents per share expected by Wall Street, according to Refinitiv.

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Snowflake's first-day pop means IPO left $3.8 billion on the table, the most in 12 years

Critics of the IPO process say that's capital that could have otherwise been invested by Snowflake in the business. 

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How Congress could still reach a stimulus deal to get more $1,200 checks to Americans

There's still time for Congress to get more stimulus money to Americans before the election. But time is running out. Here's where politicians will have to compromise, and how quickly funds could be dispensed if they do.

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Schumer, Warren propose forgiving $50,000 in student debt for borrowers due to pandemic

Amid the coronavirus outbreak, Senate Democrats urge the President to cancel up to $50,000 in student debt for borrowers by executive action.

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Fintechs to play an “even more important” role coming out of lockdown, says British Business Bank

AltFi | John Reynolds | Sep 16, 2020 Fintechs will be “even more important” coming out of lockdown than they were during lockdown helping smaller businesses return to normality, according to the British Business Bank (BBB), which has reported a £2m loss in the year ending March 2020. The government-backed bank, which is responsible for organising the CBILS, BBLS


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9 million Americans will get letters about missing stimulus checks. Here's where those notices are going

Millions of Americans are still asking, "Where is my stimulus check?" Now, the IRS is mailing out notices to almost 9 million people to inform them of an upcoming deadline to register for a check. Here's a breakdown of who they're targeting and where those letters are going.

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Shares of furniture retailer Herman Miller soar 33% as home office sales surge

Herman Miller reported fiscal first quarter earnings per share of $1.24, blowing past the earnings of 26 cents per share expected by Wall Street, according to Refinitiv.

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This will be the biggest year ever for software IPOs as coronavirus and work-from-home show value

Counting the four IPOs this week, software IPOs will have raised roughly $7.8 billion year to date.

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Yelp data shows 60% of business closures due to the coronavirus pandemic are now permanent

Yelp on Wednesday released its latest Economic Average Report, revealing business closures across the U.S. are increasing as a result of the coronavirus.

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If you're in your 40s, it's time to put together a strategy to rescue your retirement

If you're late to the game, now is the time to nail down a solid retirement strategy.

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Looking to reverse that withdrawal from your retirement account? Here's how to fix it and save on taxes

Savers were allowed to skip the 2020 required minimum distribution from their retirement accounts. Those who already took the withdrawal had until Aug. 31 to return it. What to do if you missed the deadline.

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