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Jan 18, 2021

Will rent relief come soon enough?

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On today's show: Assistance is on the way, but with the CDC's eviction moratorium set to expire, will the money come in time? Plus, the business of backyard ice rinks.

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Rental assistance is on the way, but will it come in time?

Jan 18, 2021
Right now the only thing keeping millions of renters in their homes is the CDC’s eviction moratorium, which expires Jan. 31.
Demonstrators march in the street during the Cancel Rent and Mortgages rally on June 30, 2020, in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
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Some things we know about filing 2020 taxes

Jan 18, 2021
Because so many people worked from home this year, some taxpayers may have to do more research and paperwork.
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How one small business owner kept all his employees with revenue down 70%

Jan 18, 2021
Drew Dalzell, president of Diablo Sound in Los Angeles, took on half a million dollars in debt to keep his business afloat and staff working.
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Logistical challenges just beginning for nation's vaccination drive

Jan 18, 2021
As eligibility expands, the tasks involved in scheduling and managing distribution become more complex.
Sally Kohn of Tennessee enlisted a neighbor in the medical field to help her arrange her coronavirus vaccination.
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Pandemic drives backyard ice rink boom

Jan 18, 2021
Families in the Upper Midwest are getting creative as they look for outdoor activities for their kids during the cold winter months.
Shea Finnegan, age 6, skates with friends on Dec. 13, 2020. Allen Ratai built this rink outside his family home in Duluth and has been helping friends build their own rinks this year, as well.
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Nancy Farghalli Executive Producer
Bridget Bodnar Producer
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