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  1. Immigrant-Owned Businesses Feel the Pandemic Pain2020/07/31
    Only a small percentage of Latino-owned small businesses in the U.S. applied for Paycheck Protection Program funds. Reporter Inti Pacheco explains why. J.R. Whalen hosts.
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  2. Working From Home? You Could Be Paying Tax in Two States.2020/07/30
    Millions of workers working remotely due to the coronavirus pandemic could face higher state tax bills for 2020 unless a deal is worked out in the stimulus bill being debated in Congress. Tax reporter Laura Saunders explains. J.R. Whalen hosts.
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  3. How to Advance Your Career During the Pandemic2020/07/29
    Hiring managers are looking at what jobseekers have been doing while they've been stuck at home during lockdowns. La Salle Network CEO Tom Gimbel discusses what people should highlight in their next job interview. J.R. Whalen hosts.
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  4. Fed's Economic Outlook Just Got a Lot Gloomier2020/07/28
    Federal Reserve officials warn of a prolonged recession if the public health response to the coronavirus is not stepped up. Economics reporter Nick Timiraos explains. J.R. Whalen hosts.
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  5. Day Trading Picks Up During Lockdowns2020/07/27
    Amid the coronavirus lockdowns, millions of Americans are taking up day trading, buying and selling shares from their phones or computers in the hopes of making some quick cash. Markets reporter Michael Wursthorn discusses the trend, and the risks that come with it. Charlie Turner hosts.
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  6. Congress, IRS Prepare for Second Stimulus Payment2020/07/24
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  7. Small Businesses Prepare for Extended Downturn2020/07/23
    With government aid running out and coronavirus cases rising, many small businesses are being forced to lay off workers and close their doors, just months after re-opening them. Reporter Ruth Simon explains. J.R. Whalen hosts.
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  8. Coronavirus Relief: Why a Payroll Tax Cut Is Unpopular in Congress2020/07/22
    A payroll tax cut in the proposed $1 trillion coronavirus relief package is receiving limited support from Congress, even though it is strongly favored by the White House. Tax reporter Richard Rubin explains why.
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  9. Pandemic Upends the Risk Factor in Some Stocks2020/07/21
    Since the start of the pandemic, many stocks seen as safe have become more volatile while riskier stocks have become havens for investors. Markets reporter Karen Langley explains. J.R. Whalen hosts.
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  10. $600 Federal Unemployment Benefits Expire Next Week2020/07/20
    Congress continues to debate an extension of the $600 boost to unemployment benefits, which expires at the end of the month. Reporter Eric Morath gives an update on where the talks stand. J.R. Whalen hosts.
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  11. Mortgage Rates Fall to Another Record Low2020/07/17
    The average rate on a 30-year fixed mortgage fell to a record-low 2.98% this week. Reporter Orla McCaffrey explains how long they're likely to remain low and why some consumers aren't able to capitalize.
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  12. Where's My Refund? IRS Still Processing Backlogged Returns.2020/07/16
    Millions of taxpayers haven't received their tax refund yet-even those who filed earlier in the year. Tax reporter Laura Saunders explains what's behind the delay, and what taxpayers can do to track down their money. J.R. Whalen hosts.
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  13. Automatic 401(k) Transfers Would Boost Workers' Savings2020/07/15
    More companies are expected to offer automatic 401(k) services, which allow workers to more easily transfer retirement savings to a new job and reduce the temptation to cash out. Retirement reporter Anne Tergesen explains. J.R. Whalen hosts.
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  14. Billions in Stimulus Money Available for Low-Income Families2020/07/14
    Millions of low- and moderate-income Americans could be missing out on stimulus payments and other government benefits. Code for America's Annelise Grimm discusses a website designed to connect people with tax experts to help them gain access to such funds. J.R. Whalen hosts.
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  15. Tax Day is July 15: What if You Need More Time?2020/07/13
    People suffering financial hardship as a result of the pandemic may not have funds to pay taxes they owe this year. Tax reporter Laura Saunders has tips for avoiding severe penalties, even if you can't pay. J.R. Whalen hosts.
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  16. Which Jobs Are Recovering the Fastest?2020/07/10
    A decade's worth of employment gains were wiped out by the rapid spread of the pandemic. Reporter Eric Morath discusses which sectors and demographic groups were hit the hardest, and which are enjoying the quickest recovery. J.R. Whalen hosts.
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  17. Payday Loans Get a Bit Easier to Obtain2020/07/09
    The Trump administration's rollback of limits on payday lenders is being welcomed by banks but decried by consumer advocates. Reporter Yuka Hayashi discusses the change and what it could mean for the payday-lending industry. Charlie Turner hosts.
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  18. New Rules, Later Deadline for Small-Business Loan Program2020/07/08
    Congress has extended the deadline to Aug. 8 for small businesses hit by the pandemic to apply for forgivable loans. Our Peter Rudegeair talks about the latest changes to the Paycheck Protection Program. Charlie Turner hosts.
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  19. States Tackle Retirement-Savings Gap2020/07/07
    Millions of workers in the U.S. don't have a plan to set aside money for retirement, but some states are trying to fix that. WSJ contributor Bailey McCann discusses the different approaches states are taking. Charlie Turner hosts.
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  20. Streaming TV Services Aren't Such a Bargain Anymore2020/07/06
    Consumers who cut the cable-TV cord for cheaper services offering TV over the internet are facing costs not far below traditional pay-TV packages. Reporter Drew FitzGerald explains why. J.R. Whalen hosts.
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