I keep trying to use the IRS get my payment tool online and I keep messing up my address. It's a very finicky system so you have to input the exact postal verified address that they have on file or it doesn't work. Do it enough times and you get locked out.
Anyways the trick is to go to the UPS address validator page, enter your address, and they will spit out your 'suggested address' that's cleaned up and works with the IRS site! Hope that helps anyone that's been as frustrated as I have been with this site.
And I am just happy not to have the name of our president on every single headline, every single day, and am enjoying the relative peace and quiet from the White House. For that, I approve.
Beyond that, I don't trust polling any more, sad to say.
PentagonWall Wrote: I was more referring to the parties in government. The House and Senate. He ran on uniting them and going across the isle on issues.
Biden put the goal out there for every state to be offering vaccines to every adult 18 or older by May 1st. And now it looks like pretty much every state is on pace to meet or exceed that target. Here in Texas we all get to register starting March 29th. And I've seen a ton of other states following suit aiming for the first week or two of April.
This is great news and means we are really close to all adults (that want it) getting vaccinated! Be sure and check on your state and let's get this nightmare over and done with already!
Should Biden push for a carbon tax? Or is cap and trade good enough? I'm not too versed in this subject but I've always heard the best way to go after emissions is by taxing carbon, with a straight forward 'carbon tax'. But does applying a carbon tax somehow negatively affect the middle and lower class and is that why he is against it? Gleaning this mostly from a WSJ article I just read. Thoughts?