Personal Finance Daily: Wednesday is Tax Day, but there’s still time to save money on your 2019 taxes, and after Kelly Preston’s breast cancer death, a reminder of the disease’s financial toll

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‘People who are making nothing or very little are receiving this money, so why can’t the people who are paying the most taxes receive some of it back?’

After Kelly Preston’s breast cancer death, a reminder of the disease’s financial toll

About 1,400 women die from breast cancer every day around the world.

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Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, visited the White House on Monday after the Trump administration criticized him amid a surge in coronavirus cases in the U.S.

Wednesday is Tax Day, but there’s still time to save money on your 2019 taxes

Provisions in the CARES act can also help out some taxpayers.

Taxpayers who wait to file their taxes can get interest on their refund — what you need to know ahead of July 15 tax deadline

‘These people will not be able to go on a vacation on this money. You might get a latte.’

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Non-academic historians step in to preserve stories that would otherwise be lost.

Why small business owners may want to file taxes AFTER July 15 deadline

If your business entity’s federal income tax return awaits completion, you may have more flexibility than you thought.

Why Asian and Black Americans continue to experience COVID-19-related discrimination — and what you can do about it

‘This discrimination that’s associated with COVID-19 is real, and it’s serious.’

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