Month: June 2021

Ohio Deferred Compensation Now Offers Enriched Financial Well-Being Platform For Current and Retired MembersOhio Deferred Compensation Now Offers Enriched Financial Well-Being Platform For Current and Retired Members



The Ohio Public Employee Deferred Compensation Program, a 457 (b) supplemental retirement plan for all Ohio public employees, offers the award-winning Enrich â„¢ financial wellness platform to more than 243,000

First National Bank Recognized as Best Place to Work in Northeast Ohio for Seven Consecutive Years | OhioFirst National Bank Recognized as Best Place to Work in Northeast Ohio for Seven Consecutive Years | Ohio



Cleveland, June 29, 2021 / PRNewswire / -First National Bank, the largest subsidiary of FNB Corporation (NYSE: FNB), today Ordinary merchant Ranking of the best workplaces 2021 Northeastern Ohio.. This

The increase in pandemic unemployment has disappeared for almost 8% of the population | Washington ExaminerThe increase in pandemic unemployment has disappeared for almost 8% of the population | Washington Examiner



EEleven states have now ended the Expanded Federal Unemployment Program early in an effort to reinvigorate the job market. Alabama, Idaho, Nebraska, New Hampshire, North Dakota, West Virginia and Wyoming

On the eve of Juneteenth, HUD Secretary Marcia Fudge talks about the push for black homeownership at an event in ClevelandOn the eve of Juneteenth, HUD Secretary Marcia Fudge talks about the push for black homeownership at an event in Cleveland



CLEVELAND, Ohio – A day before June 10, Housing and Urban Development Secretary Marcia Fudge said the barriers preventing many blacks from owning homes match the systemic racism that has

New Buckeye Institute-NTUF Report Examines Impacts of Tax Policies on Electronic Commerce »Research» The Buckeye InstituteNew Buckeye Institute-NTUF Report Examines Impacts of Tax Policies on Electronic Commerce »Research» The Buckeye Institute



New Buckeye Institute-NTUF report examines impacts of tax policies on e-commerce June 17, 2021 Columbus, Ohio – A new report, Taxing Across Borders: Principles of Post-South Dakota Ohio Tax Policy

Maine launches ‘back to work’ program while leaving federal unemployment benefits in place in case of pandemicMaine launches ‘back to work’ program while leaving federal unemployment benefits in place in case of pandemic



On June 14, Governor Mills ad a program to encourage the unemployed to return to work. Called “Back to Work,” the first-come, first-served program will offer employers a one-time payment