Episode: 04/13/2018: Welfare, tax day and how to be an umpire


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04/13/2018: Welfare, tax day and how to be an umpire
What happens when welfare is tied to work? We discuss the issue with experts. Plus, a primer on Russian internet usage, the questions your accountant gets the most (and answers, too) and a look at the ins and outs of being a major league umpire. 

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