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IRS refunds will start in May for $10,200 unemployment tax break

Finance
Samuel Corum/Bloomberg via Getty ImagesThe IRS will start issuing tax refunds in May to Americans who filed their returns without claiming a new break on unemployment benefits, the federal agency said Wednesday.The American Rescue Plan waived federal tax on up to $ 10,200 of unemployment benefits, per person, received in 2020. Households with $ 150,000 or more in income are not eligible for the tax cut.President Joe Biden signed the $ 1.9 trillion relief law during tax season, on March 11.More from Personal Finance:A third of people don't know if they'll get a tax refund or owe moneyTax-refund phishing scam targets college students and staffSenate Dems propose capital gains tax at deathTaxpayers eligible for the tax break were left wondering if they should file amended tax returns to cl...
Gareth Bale and Dele Alli set to start for Tottenham alongside Harry Kane and Heung-Min Son as Tottenham look to get top four bid back on track against Burnley

Gareth Bale and Dele Alli set to start for Tottenham alongside Harry Kane and Heung-Min Son as Tottenham look to get top four bid back on track against Burnley

Sports
It’s five defeats in six Premier League games for Jose Mourinho and his Tottenham side and their top four hopes are in tatters right now. Their season is fraying at the seams and a comfortable Europa League round of 32 win over Wolfsberger can’t mask it’s threatening to implode domestically in N17. AFP Mourinho is under pressure to deliver trophies for Tottenham The European adventures have given the club, and it’s suffering supporters, some hope and belief though. Fringe stars Dele Alli and Gareth Bale, who appeared to have been sidelined totally by Mourinho, have sprung to life. The former thrilled on Wednesday night with a stunning overhead kick goal and two assists, while his Welsh teammate now has two goals and two assists in three games. Have t
Spring training: Teams seek fresh start after COVID-19 threw MLB a curve in 2020

Spring training: Teams seek fresh start after COVID-19 threw MLB a curve in 2020

Sports
MIAMI, Feb. 27 (UPI) -- The Miami Marlins were arguably the MLB team most impacted by COVID-19 in 2020. They'll be one of 28 teams that start MLB spring training games Sunday with a renewed sense of optimism and appreciation for baseball. "It's going to be a full season, so let's see what we are made of," Marlins infielder Miguel Rojas told reporters Wednesday on a Zoom video conference. Advertisement All 30 MLB teams reported to camps last week, with half the league at training facilities in Florida and the other half in Arizona. The reporting dates came almost exactly a year after teams reported in 2020. Last year's preseason slate suddenly stopped in March, though, because of the coronavirus pandemic, which prompted an unprecedented MLB season. Forty-three 43 games were postponed and ...
Europa League draw LIVE: Date and start time, latest updates and confirmed teams as Premier League sides discover last 16 opponents

Europa League draw LIVE: Date and start time, latest updates and confirmed teams as Premier League sides discover last 16 opponents

Sports
The draw for the Europa League last 16 is coming up today. Europe’s secondary competition is ramping up now with four British teams in the pot for the next round. Getty Images - Getty The draw for the Europa League group stages will take place on Friday, February 26 Tottenham smashed Wolfsberger to make it through on Wednesday night. On Thursday, Arsenal, Manchester United and Rangers joined them in advancing to the last 16. But there was misery for Leicester as they were dumped out by Slavia Prague. Ajax, AC Milan and Roma are among the big clubs who are still in the competition. There is no seeding at this stage and beyond or country protection, meaning there could be an all-Premier League tie. Teams in Europa League last 16 draw
Australia approves AstraZeneca vaccine for use; rollout to start next week

Australia approves AstraZeneca vaccine for use; rollout to start next week

World
Feb. 16 (UPI) -- Australia's medical regulator on Tuesday approved use of the COVID-19 vaccine developed by AstraZeneca and Oxford University as the country plans to begin inoculating its citizens against the coronavirus next week. The Therapeutic Good Administration announced Tuesday that the two-dose vaccine regimen has been registered for use for those 18 years old and older. Advertisement "The TGA, from a regulatory perspective, has reviewed all the available evidence and determined that the AstraZeneca vaccine can be safely administered 4-12 weeks apart," the regulator said. "The TGA has rigorously evaluated all clinical trial data and information provided by AstraZeneca, and has issued provisional approval." Prime Minister Scott Morrison told reporters Tuesday that the initial suppl...