Income Tax Department Cracks Down On Cryptocurrency Traders, Again

Income tax department issued notices to thousands of cryptocurrency users HIGHLIGHTS Cryptocurrency market believes that government is going a bit too far Recently, Japan & China cracked down against cryptocurrencies South Korea is considering shutting down its virtual currency exchanges From finance ministry to Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to income tax (I-T) authorities, almost every regulator of any significance is bent upon tightening the noose on cryptocurrency users (including bitcoins, ripple, ethereum and litecoin, among others) and traders. On Friday, the income tax department issued notices to the hundreds of…

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7 Types of Student Loans Offered By the Department of Education

Paying for school can feel like a huge burden, especially as the cost of college continues to increase. Even public universities — typically a much cheaper option than private schools — saw a 7.2 percent price hike during the 2015-2016 school year. With a higher education costing more than ever, finding affordable financing options is essential. One of the best places to start is the federal government. Department of Education student loans tend to have lower interest rates and more generous repayment terms than private loans, making them a smart way…

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Incomplete National Anthem leads Goa education department to reprint textbook

A page in the second standard Marathi book, which carried garbled text of the national anthem, will now be re-printed by the Goa Education department. The mistake was brought to the notice by Congress party which had demanded that state government should fix the responsibility. “It has been decided to re-print one page of the book which had errors and circulate it to all the schools,” a senior official attached to the State Education department told PTI today. Few lines of National Anthem cut The erroneous printing on the page…

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Top Education Department official resigns

The head of the Education Department’s student financial aid office has resigned after more than seven years on the job following an apparent dispute with Education Secretary Betsy DeVos over his scheduled testimony before the House Oversight Committee. James Runcie, chief operating officer of the Office of Federal Student Aid, “submitted his resignation to the department last night,” effective immediately, the agency said in a news release. Runcie had been slated to testify on Thursday before the House Oversight Committee regarding the department’s rising improper payment rate for federal student…

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After hesitation, Carson accepts Trump’s offer to head U.S. housing department

Retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson, a rival-turned-supporter of Donald Trump, overcame his stated qualms about a lack of government experience on Monday to accept the president-elect’s nomination to lead the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Democrats criticized the Republican president-elect’s latest pick for his incoming administration, calling Carson unqualified to take over $48-billion agency that oversees public housing. Carson, a popular writer and speaker in conservative circles, has been a close adviser to Trump since he dropped out of the 2016 Republican presidential primary contest and he is a vice…

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US: New MOOC, presents from examine overseas department

The branch will begin freeing modules for its ability–constructing MOOC in November this 12 months, to coincide with worldwide schooling Week, with similarly modules to follow. “that is a precious device in terms of helping institutions create a shape to formulate a look at abroad vision or method” “that is a precious tool in terms of supporting them create a shape to formulate a take a look at overseas vision or approach, so there are a few strategic factors of this but there also are nuts and bolts,” Leeanne Dunsmoore,…

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Register Now for July 2016 ACE Leadership Academy for Department Chairs Workshop in DC

Registration is now open for the July 2016 ACE Leadership Academy for Department Chairs, a two-day workshop that focuses on the chair not only as a unit leader, but also as an academic leader in service to the institution and its mission. The Academy will be held July 20-21, 2016 at ACE’s offices in Washington, DC, and is open to department chairs, division heads, program directors and unit leaders. The Academy seeks to equip leaders with the expertise to successfully manage a broad range of issues in the changing higher…

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