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Va. backs away from California electric car mandate, after Va. Attorney General’s opinion

According to a news release, an official opinion from Attorney General Jason Miyares confirms that Virginia is not required to comply with expansive new mandates adopted by the unelected California Air Resources Board (CARB) set to take effect January 1, 2025.

IRS tax tip: Get credit for making your home energy-efficient

If you made your home more energy efficient last year, you may qualify for a tax credit on your 2012 federal income tax return.

Manassas a winner of Virginia Main Street Milestone Awards

Historic Manassas, Inc. and the city of Manassas have received a Virginia Main Street Milestone Achievement Award.

Countdown to April 15: IRS give tips on deducting charitable contributions

Giving to charity may make you feel good and help you lower your tax bill. The IRS offers these nine tips to help ensure your contributions pay off on your tax return.

Free career fair for military members and spouses in Washington, DC on April 2

Free career expo for military and veterans April 2 in Woodbridge

Military.com and the Non-Commissioned Officers Association (NCOA), will hold a free veterans career expo for transitioning servicemembers and will feature corporations and business looking to hire military members and veterans.

IRS tax tip: Home office deduction can be a tax break for those who work from home

If you use part of your home for your business, you may qualify to deduct expenses for the business use of your home. Here are six facts from the IRS to help you determine if you qualify for the home office deduction.

NOVA schedules seminars to help skilled foreign-educated immigrants

Foreign-educated immigrants often struggle to find jobs in the U.S. that match the education and experience obtained previously in their home country. Northern Virginia Community College is hosting two events April 2-3 to help skilled immigrants pursue further education, obtain professional licensing or certification, and find suitable employment in the United States.

Va.‘s ag chief reveals his top 10 list of “Misconceptions About Agriculture”

Virginia Agriculture Week March 17-23 is the perfect time to address some of the common misconceptions about agriculture, says Matthew Lohr, Virginia's Secretary of Agriculture & Consumer Services. Like David Letterman, his list goes from #10 to #1.

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