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This includes coronavirus-related staffing issues, outdated IT systems, delayed refunds and unprocessed returns.
TAX SEASON 2021: A TORNADO IS COMINGMICHELLE SINGLETARYFEBRUARY 12, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Shierholz said the CBO’s estimates showed that the benefits to low-wage workers outweighed the costs, but she was critical of the calculation of those costs, saying the CBO had relied on an outdated methodology.
What we really are is a generation told to stick with outdated, one-size-fits-all modes of schooling that no longer apply to a world that has more ways to learn than ever before.
I finally removed the outdated set of winter-compound all-terrain tires from my Ford Ranger and replaced them with these more snow-and-ice-specific Toyos.
This put significant strain on local governments, which are often understaffed, have limited technical capabilities, and must deal with outdated tech systems.
Tech and browser companies have been working hard to eliminate the outdated cookie-based tracking models while also preserving their own ad revenues.
Power companies have failed to upgrade what is now a woefully outdated and poorly maintained electrical grid, and are now simply patching up spots as problems arise rather than preventing the complications in the first place.
Assume things might change at a reasonably fast pace, and that my perception may, at this stage, be outdated.
They were outdated and did not allow much growth even in areas that could support it.
By becoming aware of the often unconscious biases that create these roadblocks, we can start to break down that outdated assumption for good.

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