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Estate planning in light of a new presidential administration: What should you do now?
The recent changes in the White House and the Senate may have you wondering how the federal estate and gift tax laws may be affected and when changes may be forthcoming. During the presidential campaign, Joe Biden pledged to roll back many of President Donald Trump’s tax policies. In response to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), President Biden has promised a progressive approach to taxation, focused primarily on increasing the burden on high-income individuals and businesses. Now that there…

Seattle council passes ‘hazard pay’ for grocery store workers
Many grocery stores provided extra pay for employees early in the pandemic, but that went away over the summer and fall.

New Pa. report offers county-by-county look at Covid admissions during early months of pandemic
The report found about 1 in 6, or 16.3%, of Covid patients admitted to a medical center died during their hospital stay during the four-month period studied.

How Sunny Gupta led Apptio to a record-breaking end to 2020
Enterprises are facing a new challenge as budgets are hobbled amid the Covid pandemic. But with employees working from home, the crisis is also driving businesses to spend more on a broad array of software to keep teams connected.

Lucid Motors' biggest shareholder keeps hopes alive for a SPAC deal
Lucid Motors is expected to make a decision soon on whether to go public through a "blank check" merger, its biggest investor said Tuesday.

Opinion: What building managers should consider when budgeting for the year ahead
Creating a facility maintenance plan establishes a sense of security for a company, Jasen Lawrence writes.

Ukee Washington responds to report of alleged racist comments by CBS executives
The veteran news anchor's on-air comments came less than 24 hours after the two executives – Peter Dunn and David Friend – were placed on administrative leave pending an investigation.

The state Senate's plans to help restaurant industry survive Covid-19
Restaurants across New York state are facing an uphill battle — dealing with state-mandated closures or limits, skyrocketing delivery fees and missed or delayed rent payments. Some restaurants have adapted and sought out federal relief, like the Paycheck Protection Program, but that will likely not be enough for many of these small businesses to get through the next few months of the pandemic. Federal proposals like The RESTAURANTS Act, which would provide $120 billion in relief to restaurants,…

Bestpass processes more than $1B in tolls for the second consecutive year
The Colonie company develops technology to make tolling and weighing easier for trucking companies. Last year's pandemic-related shutdowns initially looked like a brake on its growth.