Sales Tax on Clothes Eliminated in Monroe County

January 12, 2023

Now you can clothes shop sale tax free in Monroe County! Tuesday night, Monroe County Legislature passed sales tax and property tax relief plans during a meeting. This new plan is estimated to save Monroe County shoppers about $12 million each year and encourage people to shop locally. County Executive Adam Bello announced this yesterday, […]

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RGE Apologizes For Poor Customer Service & Announces Improvement Plan

January 11, 2023

As the New York Department of Public Services investigates a massive increase in customer complaints of billing issues, RG&E CEO Patricia Nilsen announces the company is working to improve customer service. So far, RG&E has hired 120 new customer service representatives and plans to hire 100 more in 2023, and also added 40 billing specialists […]

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Beyonce Now On Apple Artist Spotlight Series For Fitness+

January 9, 2023

Beyonce is on Apple Fitness+ Artist Spotlight series. The Beyoncé-inspired exercises will be accessible through the Fitness app. The app will feature seven specifically tailored cycling, dancing, HIIT, pilates, strength, treadmill, and yoga workouts that will use her music. Later this month, Apple Fitness+ will launch additional Artist Spotlight programs including Foo Fighters and Bad […]

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Retail Stores Will Continue To Close In 2023

January 9, 2023

More US department stores will be facing closures in the new year. That’s according to analysts at UBS, who predicted this week that national chains could have to shutter some brick-and-mortar locations in 2023 – even those that survived the combined challenges of the retail apocalypse. That’s because months of inflation and a looming recession are […]

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Medicaid Tip From Lifetime Financial Group

January 8, 2023

Effective January 1, 2023, If your monthly income is less than $1563.00 you qualify for full Medicaid – no more Spendown. If you are a Medicare beneficiary, and your monthly income is less than $2107, then you qualify for the Medicare Savings Program (MSP). Here are the benefits: 1. The government will pay your Medicare Part B Premium of $164.90 each month. […]

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Black Farmers Sue Federal Gov. For Billions

January 4, 2023

A group of black farmers filed a class action lawsuit against the federal government for billions of dollars. In the lawsuit the group claims the federal government broke an agreement to help pay off their debts. President Joe Biden’s trillion dollar coronavirus relief package that included aid for disadvantaged farmers, but a group of white […]

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Hershey Company Hit With Class Action Lawsuit

January 3, 2023

Hershey Company is facing a lawsuit after failing to report lead like metal in their dark chocolate bars. The class action lawsuit comes after a “consumer report” revealed the dangerous metals in Hershey bars and other bands under the company like Lily’s. Hershey’s acquired Lily’s, which markets non-GMO and gluten-free chocolate, for $425 million in […]

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Walmart Attorneys Want Judge To Throw Out Lawsuit Over Virginia Mass Shooting

December 28, 2022

Attorneys representing Walmart are asking a judge to throw out the lawsuits over the mass shooting that took place back in November in Virginia. Walmarts Attorneys say instead of employees should be filing for workers comp and argue negligent hiring and retention are not valid cause to sue. The big box company is being sued […]

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All House Representative and Federal Employees Must Remove TikTok from Issued Phones

December 28, 2022

Anyone with a federal issued mobile device must delete the popular social media app Tik Tok from its immediately including federal employees. The new rule comes due to a high security risk with the app according to cyber security. Anyone that is affiliated with the federal government is prohibited from downloading the app and must […]

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Wells Fargo Will Pay $3.7 Billion To Customers

December 21, 2022

Wells Fargo agreed to pay out more money after they charged customers illegal fees and interest on auto loans and mortgages as well as applying overdraft fees on savings and checking accounts incorrectly. The bank was ordered to pay $2 billion dollars to customers by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, there was also a $1.7 […]

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