It's no secret that this years' most sought after stocking stuffer is cash! As seen with the first stimulus checks, Americans spent in record numbers. Many say they'll spend again this holiday season if the government provides a second roun
Disasters come in come in many forms. From fires, floods, hurricanes, and earthquakes to terrorist and cyber-attacks, and yes, pandemics — just to name a few. So when disaster strikes, it’s critical for any employers to have a payroll c
The number of out-of-work Americans seeking unemployment benefits fell last week to 751,000 – the lowest since early Spring. That’s not to say the overall number isn’t still historically high due to the coronavirus but this is a clear
With just about everything being different in 2020, Black Friday will be no exception. So, with just over 2 weeks before the biggest shopping day of the year, here's everything you need to know. First off, Black Friday and holiday shopping,
With just one day left before Election Day 2020, New Yorkers have turned out in record numbers to cast early votes all October long. From early voting stations located throughout the boroughs to mail-in absentee ballots, the numbers are sta
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