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The past year was an incredibly trying one for Americans. But there may be a silver lining for some, as changes to the tax code might just help those hit hardest by the pandemic's fallout. Did you get all the federal bailout money you deserve? Is it deductible? Let’s find out how this year’s tax season is going to be different.
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Guillaume Pousaz studied economics in college in his native Switzerland with hopes of becoming an investment banker.
Then his father was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, leading him to drop out in his final year of studies in 2005 and later go to work for a payments-processing firm in the U.S.