Monthly Archives: September 2021

“This Increase is Absolutely Amazing:” Caregivers Celebrate $ 15 Minimum Wage

COLORADO SPRINGS – Some frontline workers caring for aging adults and people with disabilities will get a pay rise next year. The state’s joint budget committee voted 5-1 to approve a minimum wage of $ 15 per hour for direct care workers funded with state dollars working in home and …

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Elysee pays $ 8 million for office building in Bay Harbor Islands

1045 Kane Concourse in Bay Harbor Islands and Haim Yehezkel and Roy Mussaffi of Elysee Investments (Google Maps, LinkedIn, R&M Management) Elysee Investments bought an office building on the Kane Concourse in Bay Harbor Islands for $ 7.6 million. Records show that a Miami Beach-based Elysee subsidiary purchased the property …

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Expedia reveals the hottest destinations

New data released today by Expedia® indicates that vacation travel planning is underway and the best choices for Thanksgiving and Christmas getaways are sunny beachfront destinations across Mexico, the southern United States and the Caribbean. Mountain-top getaways to Utah and Colorado are also shaping up to be popular with travelers …

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IQE will close its Singapore site as part of the consolidation

By Anthony O. Goriainoff IQE PLC announced Thursday that it will close its Singapore site as part of its global consolidation strategy, and that it does not expect this to have a significant effect on its revenue forecast for 2021. The UK semiconductor component supplier said annual revenue for 2022 …

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Retirement An important step in your life! Make the most !

Rahul Khatri of Param Investment Mutual Fund Services Retirement doesn’t mean the end of the world, it’s the start of a new life, the things you always wanted to do in your 20s, 30s, 40s or 50s can now be considered and pursued which could be a hobby, helping some …

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Stimulus Check Live Fourth Update: Child Tax Credit, Social Security Benefits, New California Payout …

Securities – Republicans vote against federal spending bills, bringing government shutdown closer. – Secretary of the Treasury Yellen warns that the US government could run out of cash on October 18. – Health Insurance beneficiaries could see significant increases in their prescription franchises Next year. – When Will the COLA …

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Things got expensive – Red Bluff Daily News

One of the things about getting old is that you have a long memory. You remember how much everything used to cost. And as the years go by and the prices go up, you are repeatedly shocked at the price of things. Like the price of hotel rooms, for example. …

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Katty Kay quits Ozy Media over NYT report

Ozy Media faced pressure on multiple fronts days after The New York Times reported that a co-founder apparently masqueraded as a YouTube executive during a conference call with Goldman Sachs in February. Ozy has lost one of her biggest stars, Katty Kay, a former BBC presenter and correspondent, who announced …

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Seniors Live a Better, Safer Retirement with the Heartland Reverse Mortgage

Heartland Finance has helped seniors live better retirement with their reverse mortgage, especially on International Day of Older Persons on Friday. The aging population can benefit from reverse mortgages, especially those who retire with debt. The process involves borrowers using the equity in their home as collateral to generate income …

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Hotels in Jerusalem or hotels in the north?

When it comes to going on vacation to Israel, Israeli tourists are very picky, it is very important that you produce a high quality vacation that allows you to enjoy all your family and close friends. You really want to stay within your vacation budget and minimize your vacation spending …

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