U.S. Federal Reserve

  • A (Somewhat) Hopeful Holiday for the U.S. Economy

    Colleen Ahern As stock prices rise, the Treasury yield increases, and unemployment falls, there is talk of a brighter side for the American economy. With the Dow Jones, S&P 500, and the

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  • World Markets Rally as Bernanke Assures Trickled Fadeout of Stimulus

    The song and dance of international stock markets is a stressful enough tune that one might need a massage therapist on permanent in-call even if they are acclimated to its serenade. As investors

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Entrepreneurship

Tax Attorney Joe Garza: “Weak Asset Protection Is Costing Families a Fortune”

By Patrick O’Neill Few would disagree that preemptive asset protection is a necessary financial strategy that needs to be addressed if you would like to safely transfer assets to your

News & Politics

IRS Launches Largest Privacy Violation in History

Next time you start to stress over tax forms, keep this in mind: U.S. citizens living overseas have to deal with 667 pages of IRS forms plus 7,332 pages of instructions in order to pay taxes in a

Finance & Real Estate

IRS Launches Largest Privacy Violation in History

Next time you start to stress over tax forms, keep this in mind: U.S. citizens living overseas have to deal with 667 pages of IRS forms plus 7,332 pages of instructions in order to pay taxes in a

Technology

Conservation Partnership Launches First Ever Credit Transaction to Reduce Nitrous Oxide Emissions from Agriculture

Portland, OR (February 19, 2014) – The Climate Trust and Delta Institute today announced a new effort to reward farmers for reducing the environmental impacts of their nitrogen fertilizer

FEATURED ARTICLES

4 tax tips to take advantage of before retiring

Everybody makes mistakes, but some are more costly than others. Here’s hoping you plan your retirement with no errors by implementing these great tax tips before you enter retirement. Plan Ahead

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Silicon Valley’s “Royal Family” Settles With Buying, Not Out-Innovating

In a tech-crazed age where innovation leads to billion dollar paydays and anyone with a great idea (and the technical wherewithal) can make it big, it’s hard to believe that Silicon Valley might

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Panama Papers Go Public: Attorney Joe Garza Advises Investors to Declare Ownership of Foreign Entities

If you’ve been wondering how to search the Panama Papers for specific companies or people, today’s your lucky day—the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists

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CMS Proposes Changes to Medicare Payments

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services is exploring the possibility of changing the way doctors are paid for Part B drugs, and it is almost time for a decision—comments to the CMS

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