The IRS has developed a program whereby US citizens can: Share their income and bank information if they did NOT file taxes in 2019 Share their bank information if they did file taxes in 2019 Track their economic stimulus check. In order to log into the system, you need the following information: Social Security Number Your Birthdate (MM/DD/YYYY) – include the slashes (/) The Street … Continue reading Find My Economic Stimulus Payment with the IRS
The National Conference of Bar Examiners (NCBE) has officially published the 2019 Bar Exam Statistics. This annual report provides all final data gathered from the states regarding the February (Winter) and July (Summer) bar exams in the United States. 10,039 people took the exam in February; while 46,370 people took the exam in July. Of those: 10,039 people (46%) passed in February 29,834 people (64%) passed … Continue reading NCBE has Published the Official 2019 Bar Exam Statistics
It appears that the spread of the Coronavirus and subsequent closure of the State Bar offices has not impacted the release of February 2020 Bar Results. A couple states did delay their results by a few days, but looking at the big picture most states are right on track or actually early. The following states have already released their scores: Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, … Continue reading Has the Virus Delayed February 2020 Bar Results Release
With the Coronavirus pandemic has come a sweeping flood of declared state emergencies and concern about large gatherings. One of the key concerns by State Bars at this time is the health and safety of both test takers and administrators during the July 2020 Bar Exam. At this time, it is not clear when the United States will see things getting back to normal. Rumors … Continue reading Will the July 2020 Bar Exam be Delayed?