Month: December 2020

Millions of Americans report not having enough money to pay for food during the pandemic. Michael Loccisano | Getty Images Entertainment | Getty Images The latest Covid relief package expands food benefits, giving further aid to millions of Americans who are facing financial difficulty because of the coronavirus pandemic.  The $900 billion stimulus bill signed
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In this installment of In the Pages, Tax Notes International contributing editor Robert Goulder sits down with Kim Clausing, incoming professor at the University of California, Los Angeles, School of Law, to discuss the lessons in her recent Tax Notes article, “5 Lessons on Profit Shifting From U.S. Country-by-Country Data.” About the Guests  Robert Goulder is a contributing editor for Tax Notes International.
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For real estate, as for many things, 2020 was a strange year. Despite a pandemic, a recession and unemployment that at one time hit 20 million, 6 million homes were sold and the average home price was up 5 percent. There were record low mortgage rates of course, but there’s also the fact is that
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