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WASHINGTON - The federal government wants to say goodbye to the paper tax-refund check, and on Thursday it launched a pilot program to let some people receive their money on a debit card. Next week, the Treasury Department will send letters to 600,000...
NEW YORK (AP) — A new report is raising hopes the government's official report Friday on last month's job creation could be a blockbuster. The private payroll firm, Automatic Data Processing, says companies added nearly 300,000 jobs in December....
Some workers expecting their paychecks to be higher because of a reduced Social Security tax rate may be surprised to see their pay the same, if not lower. The Social Security tax wages paid in 2011 has been reduced from 6.2 percent to 4.2 percent...
Money & CompanyHere's your whoppingly Wednesday roundup of consumer news from around the Web: --Some interesting news on the jobs front (no, not Steve Jobs). The latest data suggest that companies have stopped firing people. The only problem is that they aren't......
Money & CompanyEconomists were surprised Friday when the government said private-sector employers added a mere 50,000 jobs in November. On closer inspection, maybe they shouldn’t have been. Wall Street was looking for private-sector employment to jump 160,000, based...
Money & CompanyPrivate, nonfarm employment fell by 20,000 last month, according to another jobs report released Wednesday ahead of official government data. The drop was the smallest decline since employment began tumbling in February 2008, according to payroll...
WASHINGTON - The number of people filing new jobless claims jumped unexpectedly last week, while those continuing to receive benefits hit a 10th straight record-high. Both figures show the labor market remains weak and is unlikely to recover anytime soon....
Chicago TribuneMonday: -- Earnings: American Financial Group Inc.; CB Richard Ellis Group Inc.; CNA Financial Corp.; Hertz Global Holdings Inc.; Humana Inc.; Kellogg Co.; Loews Corp.; Pitney Bowes Inc.; Principal Financial Group Inc.; RadioShack Corp. Tuesday: --...
Times Staff WriterRoughly 42 million Americans live paycheck to paycheck, or so says a recent survey commissioned by Automatic Data Processing, a New York-based payroll service. If one paycheck were late, 60% of respondents said they'd have to cut back on at least one...
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