It was supposed to be Tax Day tomorrow
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It's been pushed to July 15. Plus: a new IMF outlook, the challenges of managing staff remotely and an unexpected essential business: livestock auctions.
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And those feelings may change between now and the lifting of stay-at-home orders.
Cities and states will have to rethink their budgets because of tax revenue loss.
IMF economists talked to epidemiologists and tried to estimate how much COVID-19 restrictions will affect the economy.
Tomorrow was supposed to be Tax Day. Accountants are not resting.
Cancelled appointments amount to lost revenue for physicians in private practice.
Those auctions are an important part of the rural economy and the food chain. The people working the auctions are taking safety precautions.