Accountant explains how to file taxes if you received unemployment benefits

If you received unemployment benefits, you might be wondering how to properly file your taxes. An accountant says if your situation is complex, seek the help of a professional.

  Tennessee experiences highest unemployment rate in state history during COVID-19 crisis

MSCAA approves $120.75 million budget for FY 2021

  Minority-owned businesses may not have received SBA loans as intended

Tennessee tax revenues show effects of coronavirus pandemic on state’s economy

  Congress could replenish small business loan program this week

  FedEx hiring 400 employees to fight COVID-19 pandemic

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  MLGW offers drive-thru services for bill pay

Governor Reeves requests economic disaster declaration for small businesses impacted by coronavirus outbreak

Mississippi small businesses seeking financial help during COVID-19 crisis should fill out this form

Will coronavirus testing be covered by health insurance in Tennessee?

University of Memphis raising minimum wage for employees

  More renderings released of Loews Hotel in downtown Memphis

Jackson church congregation needs an $80,000 roof to keep them in their building

Southside Baptist Church has been at it's location on Raymond Road since 1939, and has been serving the inner city for many years. Now they need an $80,000 roof to keep them in their building.

  Disability community fights for higher wages

Workers with disabilities can qualify to be paid less than minimum wage, but the disability community is split on whether this helps or hurts them.

  Korean transformer manufacturer to locate in Memphis, promises 410 jobs

Korean manufacturing company to locate in Memphis

  Pinch District developers awarded 30-year PILOT for new hotel and mixed-use development

On Monday, the Center City Revenue Finance Corporation approved a 30-year PILOT for 18 Main LLC to develop an area on North Front Street and a half-block between Main and Second.

  Phase 1 plans for Union Row development nearly double in size

IBERIABANK and First Horizon Bank merging, bringing headquarters to Memphis

  AutoZone celebrates major milestone and more Mid-South business headlines

Steals and deals for Memorial Day 2019

  Uncertain incentives could keep ‘Bluff City Law’ from filming in Tennessee

  Clipper developers secure permit to build 19-story hotel, 25-story office building

Population, tax revenues see uptick in Northeast Arkansas

Jonesboro collected $1.413 million in sales and use taxes during April. This is a 10.15% increase from 2018.

  Mayor signs deal to build 500-room hotel at Memphis Convention Center

Mayor Jim Strickland says he’s signed a letter of intent to bring Loews Hotel to the Bluff City.

  Tax filing deadline is Monday

Time is running out. The deadline to file federal taxes is at 11:59 p.m. on Monday.

Study ranks debt among U.S. homeowners

With mortgage rates slowly falling and the market friendlier to buyers than sellers, the free credit-score website WalletHub has released its 2019 Home Overleverage Report.

Study ranks cars most likely to last more than 200,000 miles

New study ranks which cars will last you the longest in terms of mileage.

  Ex-Tennessee Supreme Court justice to mediate dispute over Tom Lee Park redesign

The mayor has named retired Tennessee Supreme Court Justice Janice Holder to mediate discussions between the Memphis River Parks Partnership and Memphis in May Festival organizers.

  Electrolux submits documents to formally terminate its tax incentives

On Monday, officials with the Memphis/Shelby County EDGE board confirmed Electrolux has voluntarily terminated its PILOT agreement with EDGE.

  'Folks need reliable service’: MLGW CEO sells rate hike to customers

The president of MLGW has a tough pitch to make to customers.

FedEx changes retirement policy allowing founder Fred Smith to remain on board

Prior to the policy change, founder Fred Smith would’ve been required to retire from the Board of Directors this year.

  MLGW helping furloughed government workers

MLGW has enacted their Hardship Policy for eligible customers, meaning furloughed workers can make payment arrangements and prevent having their services shut off.

Tennessee receiving part of $1.5 million settlement after 2013 Neiman Marcus data breach

The company is set to pay $1.5 million and implement a series of new policies to prevent similar breaches in the future. Tennessee will receive $28,659.04 from the settlement.

Shelby County homeowners pocket $10.9M for Airbnb rentals in 2018

The typical Shelby County Airbnb host earns $8,400 a year in supplemental income.

  Watching Wall Street and your investments

Despite starting the day down, the stock market closed in the black again.

  FedEx no longer considering Gibson building

FedEx Trade Networks has decided not to move its headquarters to the Gibson Guitar Building in downtown Memphis.

Cooper-Young shops celebrating Small Business Saturday with door prizes, giveaways and more

Nearly a dozen businesses in Cooper-Young are offering giveaways, drawings, special deals and discounts, music and more on Small Business Saturday.

It’s Black Friday: Do you know where your credit cards are?

The National Retail Federation estimates holiday sales will increase up to 4.8 percent over last year and could top $720 billion.

SLIDESHOW: Black Friday ad previews 2018

Several major retailers have already released their Black Friday ads or previews of the Black Friday ads.