Security costs after last week’s Capitol attack
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State budgets hit hard by the pandemic are being pushed even further with more security costs. Plus, businesses in and around Washington, D.C., are used to a boost around inauguration time. Not this year. And, federal workers and some military members catch up on previously deferred tax payments.
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It's another cost for states whose tax revenues are down due to the pandemic economic slowdown.
Instead of an inauguration boost, businesses in and around the nation's capital plan to curtail hours or even close.
Federal workers and military service members are seeing smaller paychecks this month while repaying tax deferral
They were forced to take the tax deferral last fall as part of President Donald Trump's COVID relief. Marketplace's Nancy Marshall-Genzer has more.