The new alliance will offer McDonald's employees up to $3,000 in tuition assistance at more than 300 participating restaurants and at 18 Ivy Tech campuses.
TERRE HAUTE, Ind., Jan. 20, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Hallador Energy Company (Nasdaq: HNRG) announced today that its wholly owned subsidiary Sunrise Coal, LLC, is temporarily idling production at its Carlisle Mine in Sullivan County, Indiana, resulting in an immediate reduction in force of 90 full-time employees.
INDIANAPOLIS, Jan. 20, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Watermark Residential, a wholly owned affiliate of Thompson Thrift and one of the nation's leading multifamily developers, announced today the closing of Watermark 3G Multifamily Development Fund II, which successfully met its $105 million funding limit. The fund is a joint venture between Watermark Residential and Irvine, Calif.-based 3G Capital Advisors LLC.
Indiana Chief Justice Loretta Rush said the state's judiciary is "strong," thanks to its "commitment to pursuing justice for all Hoosiers with energy and innovation."
Eight Democratic candidates vying to succeed retiring U.S. Rep. Pete Visclosky, D-Gary, appeared to agree on most issues during a debate Saturday, but there was a clear divide between moderates and progressives on the issues of health care and jobs.
Two games separated by only one week saw the Covington boys’ basketball team bring out two totally different responses from head coach Adam Ballard.
One of the frustrating things about the local high school scheduling is that teams that face each other in the Bi-County Holiday Tournament have a fair chance of encountering each other again …
Two teams that are looking for their identities faced off at Attica as they hosted the North Vermillion Falcons in boys’ basketball on Friday night.
Fresh off their Bi-County Holiday Tournament championship, Seeger hosted Covington on Tuesday and came away with a 65-27 win over the Trojans.
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By Andrea Woroch
As a new decade begins, many have their sights set on change. After what feels like a lifetime of working, though, it can be difficult to transition to a cold-turkey retirement. To stay busy and supplement income many people are "semi-retiring" instead.
Folks are leaving their traditional jobs, cutting costs and looking for more flexible, fun work. And, these days, you don't have to look far. With the emergence of the "gig economy", it's easy to earn a little side cash, without having to commit to a 9 to 5 job – or even leave the house.
If your goal is to achieve a semi-retired lifestyle in 2020, follow these steps and start living out the rest of your life in freedom.
Your housing expenses are likely the biggest line item in your budget. Whether you rent or own, look at options for reducing this expense. Not only does finding a smaller house or moving into an apartment help lower your actual...
Is it tax time already? You may not want to admit it, but tax time starts well before the filing deadline. Your important tax forms start arriving in the mail in January. If you simply let them accumulate in a pile, it will be April before you realize it, and you will be scrambling around, attempting to do your taxes at the last moment. Woe unto you if you realize at the last minute that one of your important tax forms is nowhere to be found.
How many forms should you expect? That depends on your situation, but anything that contributes to your income or makes adjustments to your taxable income will require documentation. Primary forms include:
- W-2s – Everyone that you have worked for as a direct employee owes you a W-2 form to show all monies paid to you and taxes withheld.
- 1099s – 1099s cover all income from sources...
Tax preparers such as Certified Public Accountants (CPAs) and Enrolled Agents are incredibly busy during tax season. Their time is precious, even more so in recent years with many of the changes introduced by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act currently in effect. That makes it even more important for you to prepare for your allotted tax preparation time.
Your tax professional needs the following four categories of information to prepare your taxes properly. Make sure to bring all the necessary forms and receipts and organize them so that they may be found quickly.
- Identification and Basic Information – For any new relationships, you will need to supply identification for you, your spouse, and all dependents claimed. Social Security cards are preferred, but other government-issued ID is usually acceptable. Check with your preparer before you visit.
Other basic information includes your address, your previous year's tax form, and any info...
Did you have a happy New Year? We certainly hope so. Now it's time to get back to regular routines and take care of January chores, including gathering your tax information.
The 2020 Tax Season Begins on January 27
The IRS has announced that the 2020 tax season will begin on January 27th. The beginning of tax season marks the first day that the IRS will accept individual electronic returns and start processing traditional paper returns.
Soon, you and more than 150 million of your fellow Americans will be sifting through tax information and preparing returns — or have them prepared for you. In 2018, tax preparers filed nearly 79.5 million electronic returns. In 2019, the industry employed 314,413 tax practitioners in 134,475 businesses and created $11 billion in revenue. Expect tax preparers to be even busier in 2020 due to the ...
Holiday Debt On the Increase
Are your credit cards still smoking from holiday overuse? Based on a recent MagnifyMoney survey, it wouldn't be surprising.
Consumers who financed their holiday spending averaged $1,325 in holiday spending debt – a sharp increase from 2018's $1,230, 2017's $1,054 average and 2016's $1,003 average. Increases in wages and consumer confidence are at least partly to blame. Did a personal increase in wages and confidence lead you into a mountain of holiday debt?
We've given previous tips on dealing with excessive holiday debt. You've got more debt – so we've got five more tips, for a total of 10.
6. Slice Your Budget Further
To pay off holiday debt, you can't sett...
Almost immediately after birth a child begins to imitate their parents. They mimic mannerisms and behaviors such as smiling when their parents smile, make similar noises and, when they are old enough to talk, they repeat what parents say.
Vaping controversy has been front and center lately, with the recent news that the CEO of Juul, Kevin Burns, had resigned in September, as an increasing number of deaths related to vaping and threats of federal regulation are presenting a massive challenge for the e-cigarette company.
Whether it’s by car, train or plane, it can sometimes be tough to get a good night’s sleep when traveling. You’re away from the comfort of your own bed, and you could be traveling with people who cry, sneeze, talk loudly or watch a movie without headphones. But you can still sleep well while traveling. Learn how traveling across time zones impacts your sleep, what causes jet lag, and how you can feel rested the next time you travel across the country.
The American Society for the Positive Care of Children estimates that child abuse reports involve 7.5 million children, and child abuse crosses all socioeconomic and educational levels, religions, ethnic and cultural groups. The National Children’s Alliance has reported that nearly 700,000 children are abused in the U.S annually. Childhelp.org, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the prevention and treatment of child abuse, found that a report of child abuse is made every 10 seconds.
It is healthy for the bodies to take probiotics. They cleanse the body and the gut system. The “good bacteria” helps keep the gut healthy. Instead of buying expensive probiotic products, nature offers some organic choices for you that you can use daily for a better gut health. The name itself is derived from the Latin 'pro-' 'for' and the Greek '-biotic' 'life. The discovery of the probiotics came in the early 20th century and was found in Bulgaria where the bacteria Bacillus Bulgarikus was found in milk.
Delta Air Lines announced last week that it has added virtual queuing on its Fly Delta app. Compared to a pager issued by a restaurant as you wait for your table, Delta said the virtual queuing would allow travelers to relax at nearby establishments instead of staying at the crowded gate while waiting to board. Delta will continue using the same boarding order and associated colors, but ...
There is a certain air of public dismissiveness around the types of foods that seem to always be associated with "the munchies." Movies and television promote images of teenagers face-planted in bags of chips, bros stuffing whole tacos blindly into their mouths between fits of uncontrollable laughter, or a stoner spouting deeply incoherent philosophical ramblings punctuated with consuming ...
CEDARVILLE, Mich. - On a frigid morning in late fall, resort owner Mark Engle studied the mangled planks and dock posts scattered along an ice-glazed channel that feeds into Lake Huron. Les Cheneaux Landing Resort, tucked behind an archipelago of 36 islands off Michigan's Upper Peninsula, once had a 175-foot dock with slips for a dozen boats, a boathouse and a bait shop. In the past two years, ...
Abby Adams was given her first Star of David when she was in elementary school, but at the time, she says, it was just a pretty necklace to her - she didn't really understand the symbol's significance. Here's what she did understand: She was different from most of the other kids, even if her blonde hair and blue eyes didn't make her look it. "The first time I felt left out for being Jewish was ...