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Ravitch Program Supports Three New Fiscal Reporting Projects
The three efforts focus on how Trump’s immigration policies affect sanctuary cities, fiscal control boards might help Puerto Rico, and economic development subsidies are impacting Tennessee.
Feb 23 Tax Tips for Journalists
If you’re a freelancer, you’re probably not taking advantage of the special advantages that are offered you in the federal and state tax codes. Accountant…
Life After J-School
Class of 2012 Alums Share Words of Wisdom with Craft Class
Associate Professor Wayne Svoboda chats with alums David Sanchirico, associate producer at Sports Illustrated; Erin Horan, associate producer at 60 Minutes; and Sean Carlson, news host at WNYC Radio as they talk about their lives as working journalists.
(Photo by Skyler Reid, ’13)