Corrections & Clarifications 2021
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The following corrections and clarifications have been published in 2021:
Personal finance: The Associated Press – in an article supplied by the personal finance website NerdWallet – erroneously reported some requirements for direct contributions to a Roth IRA in a story published January 4, 2021. The ability to contribute ends at modified adjusted gross income of $140,000 for singles and $208,000 for married filing jointly, rather than starts to phase out at those amounts.
News: Gina Escurel is a teacher at Thurston High School in the South Redford School District. The name of the high school was incorrect in a Monday, January 11 story.
Life + Home: A MI Dream Home in Orchard Lake Village is listed with KW Domain Luxury Realty. The listing agent was incorrect in a story published Friday, Jan. 1.
Entertainment: A new Eminem song and music video was incorrectly called "Fighter." The correct name of the song is "Higher." The story was published Friday, Jan. 22.
Autos: A recall affecting airbags in Ford Edge vehicles from the 2006-2012 model years. The model years was incorrectly published in a story published Thursday, Jan, 21.