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IRS addresses taxpayer stimulus concerns

Stimulus relief known as the economic impact payment has been successfully sent to taxpayers for the last few weeks now, and even more payments...

Coronoavirus scammers aim to steal taxpayer stimulus dollars

The IRS has issued a warning about coronavirus-related scams and schemes tied to stimulus payments, also known as economic impact payments. Taxpayers are anxiously...

Utilimetrics Members Awarded More Than $1 Billion in Stimulus Funds

CHICAGO, Oct 30, 2009 (BUSINESS WIRE) - Utilimetrics, the world's premier smart grid/smart meter association, announces that Utilimetrics members received more than $1 billion...

Indiana HIEs Team for Stimulus Grants

Five health information exchanges in Indiana and four state organizations have jointly applied for HIE funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. Participants...

Indiana to announce stimulus awards for housing

Indiana Lt. Gov. Becky Skillman plans to announce the first awards of $164 million in federal stimulus money to build low- and moderate-income housing...
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