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Weekly Digest - February 3, 2023

Feb 3, 2023

Welcome back to our Weekly Digest. Read on for the latest updates.

The Fair Tax Act explained

A group of House Republicans is supporting the Fair Tax Act, which would eliminate income, payroll, estate, and gift taxes and replace them with a 23% national sales tax. However, it's unlikely to make it through the Democrat-controlled Senate.

No more free grocery deliveries for some Prime orders

Amazon announced that new grocery delivery fees for Prime members would range between

$3.95 and $9.95, depending on the order size, beginning next month. However, orders over

$150 will still qualify for free delivery.


As we transition to EVs, auto dealers aren't on the same page as manufacturers

Automakers are trying to figure out how to get franchised auto dealers on board as they transition to electric vehicles. Some ask luxury dealers to go all-in on EVs, while others offer a certification-level approach.

Five things to know about filing your tax return

CNBC rounded up five things you should know ahead of tax time. Find them here.


Meta's Chief AI scientist says ChatGPT isn't groundbreaking

In an online lecture, Yann LeCun, Meta's Chief AI Scientist, says that half a dozen other big tech companies are using similar technology regularly.

Hundreds of jobs lost as UK airline collapses for the second time

Flybe went into administration less than a year after returning to the skies following a previous collapse. All flights were immediately cancelled, and passengers were notified not to show up for trips scheduled to leave just hours later.

EITC Awareness Day promotes major tax benefit

The IRS and partners held their Earned Income Tax Credit Awareness Day outreach campaign last week to help millions of Americans who earned $59,187 or less last year take advantage of the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC). Find details here.


4 Cities Likely To See A 2008-Style Housing Crash

Goldman Sachs predicts that 4 cities are poised to experience a severe housing crash, similar to the 2008 crisis. All of the cities experienced a red-hot housing market during the pandemic.

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