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Last-minute tax tips for procrastinators
It's that time of year again - tax filing season. And while many taxpayers like to get a head start on filing their returns, there are those of us who always find ourselves scrambling at the last minute to get our tax returns filed on time.
Filing Income Tax Return and checking for IRS refund status  NY City News
Tax season brings scams  The Daily Telegram
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Amazon Prime Now Arrives in Dallas, Offers One-Hour Delivery
Amazon's Prime Now service, which allows Prime members to order products and receive them within an hour's time, is now available in Dallas, just one week after becoming available in Baltimore and Miami.
Amazon (AMZN) brings 1 - Hour Delivery to Dallas  American Register
Amazon Establishing a One Hour Delivery Service in Dallas  The Standard Daily
The controversial theory that worries Janet Yellen
In a speech on Friday, Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen stayed her dovish course, maintaining that an increase the federal funds rate "may well be warranted later this year.
The controversial theory that problems Janet Yellen  Chicago Daily News
Fed Chairperson Yellen hints at rate hikes, but cautions against quick increases  The Next Digit
Greek Economic Reform Proposals Don't Make The Grade: Grexident Edges ...
We've at least one report that the proposals that the Greek Government has put forward over economic reforms to unlock more aid have been found, well, not quite enough.
Greece struggles to accommodate lenders as cash dwindles  Financial Times
New doubt on Greek bailout  The Australian
Proposed payday loan rules: Consumer protection or unnecessary oversight?
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announced more proposed rules to control the practices of payday loan companies this week.
Payday lending is ripe for some consumer-protection rules  Washington Post
Inside the new federal pay day loan rules  PBS NewsHour
UPDATE 2-ABN Amro IPO back in sight after executives concede on pay
... * Managers agree to give up 100,000 euro raises. * Government says IPO can proceed after debate. * IPO would be largest ever in Netherlands (Updates after FM Dijsselbloem reaction, IPO progress possible).
ABN Amro directors renounce pay increase amid public outrage  Fresno Bee
ABN Amro IPO back in sight after executives concede on pay  Reuters UK
Mayors of Two Major U.S. Cities Ban Municipal Employees From Publicly ...
Joining the protests over Indiana's religious freedom law, the mayors of Seattle and San Francisco have banned city employees from travel to the Hoosier State using public funds.
Seattle Mayor Bans City Employees From Visiting Indiana  The Inquisitr
Seattle mayor bans city-funded travel to Indiana following passage of anti ...  Raw Story
Forest Service trying to develop improved fire shelter for wildland firefighters
BOISE, Idaho - The man tapped by the U.S. Forest Service to come up with a better fire shelter once had to get inside one on the side of a burning mountain and listen to flames roar past sounding like a jet airplane taking off.
Forest Service eyes development of improved fire shelter  Elko Daily Free Press
Nation's biggest nuclear firm makes a play for green money
The biggest player in the beleaguered nuclear power industry wants a place alongside solar, wind and hydroelectric power collecting extra money for producing carbon-free electricity.
The Nuclear Power Company Exelon thinks they Deserve to be Treated how ...  The Standard Daily
Exelon in play for green money  Newbritainherald
Chinese central bank calls for vigilance against deflation
BOAO (Hainan) - China's central bank governor Zhou Xiaochuan has warned that the country needs to stand guard against deflationary pressures and said policymakers are closely watching slowing global economic growth and declining commodity prices.
China's leaders focus on slowing economy  Financial Times
Head of China's central bank calls for vigilance as growth declines  Irish Times