Month: March 2021

Beautiful beaches, great food and vibrant culture have long made Spain a premier destination for global travelers and second-home owners. In this week’s look at the luxury real estate market, I examined three desirable tourist destinations along Spain’s eastern coast. From a contemporary villa in Altea Hills to a beachside estate in Sierra Blanca, here’s
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President Joe Biden, ‪with Vice President Kamala Harris,‬ speaks after a meeting with his Covid-19 Response Team at the White House on March 29, 2021. Jonathan Ernst | Reuters President Joe Biden on Wednesday is unveiling his latest plan to boost the post-coronavirus economy — a $2 trillion infrastructure package called the American Jobs Plan.
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In this episode of Tax Notes Talk, Benjamin Angel, director of direct taxation at the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Taxation and Customs Union, discusses the EU’s biggest tax challenges and what lies ahead.  Sarah Paez: Thank you so much for being here, Mr. Angel. To get us started, could you tell us a little bit about yourself?
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In this article ROO-GB AMZN A Deliveroo cyclist in London, U.K. Dinendra Haria | SOPA Images | LightRocket | Getty Images LONDON — Shares of British food delivery start-up Deliveroo sank in its stock market debut Wednesday, as the company faces pressure from top investors and trade unions over workers’ rights. Deliveroo, which is backed
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Some people are uncomfortable with the idea that their children will find out they are the beneficiary of a trust. After all, what parent wants their child turning into a trust fund baby. Stories abound of young people who waited for their trust money, spent it on a lifestyle they could not afford, and had
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Gardening grew in popularity during the pandemic, with many Americans having more free time at home, as well as a desire to eat more healthfully to boost their immunity. According to trade publication Greenhouse Product News and Axiom Marketing’s 2021 Garden Survey, 86% of homeowners plan to continue gardening in 2021 and 47% say they will
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Robert Daly | Getty Images The Biden administration is expanding an existing pause on student loan interest and collections to include more than 1.1 million borrowers who are in default, the U.S. Department of Education announced Tuesday. The borrowers, whose defaulted loans are part of the Federal Family Education Loan program, were ineligible for the
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The Internal Revenue Service announced today that most Social Security, SSI and RRB benefit recipients who don’t file a tax return should get their $1,400 Round 3 stimulus payments electronically by April 7, while stimulus payments for Veterans Affairs beneficiaries who don’t file a tax return could be sent out by mid-April.  These folks—among the
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