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Good morning a weak jobs report pushes the timetable for a -- tapering out further into 2014.
And stocks rally on Wall Street.
The Dow at 75 -- Tuesday in the S&P 500 jumped to a new record close fourth in a row.
Well another black I actually wire -- according to a treasury report.
The agency paid out more than a 110 billion dollars in tax credits over the past decade to people who did not qualify for them.
The problem involved was called the earned income tax credit not intended for or working families.
Meanwhile the IRS is our network testing new tax processing systems says the government shut down.
Has delayed its efforts -- now start the filing season a week or two weeks late.
That means refund checks for the millions of Americans that rely on them may be delayed.
You're planning to -- -- holiday shopping on Amazon.com the online retailer raising the minimum for free shipping by ten dollars to 35 dollars.
And good news for the college bound tuition at public universities is up but rising at its -- In 1975.
In state tuition -- academic year averaging about 8900 dollars at an increase of two point 9%.
According to the College Board.
And that's -- for more -- on foxbusiness.com.
In New York online minute.
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