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Student loan borrowers would have their monthly bills automatically deducted from their paychecks if a Republican-backed proposal becomes law. Sen. Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn, chairman of the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee, laid out the details of the massive overhaul to the student loan system in a speech earlier this month. The changes could
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Source: Stock.Adobe.com The index is “concentrating” … should you leave it alone?   I must admit, with all that I write about the S&P 500 Index, it looks weird to see it without the last zero, as it is in the title of this article.  But that is not as weird as the sustained predicament
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The National Society of Accountants Scholarship Foundation is accepting applications for its 2019-2020 academic scholarships. The NSA Scholarship Foundation is looking to provide financial aid to tax and accounting students. Scholarships are awarded to undergraduate students currently enrolled in a two- or four-year college or university, with applicants judged on factors such as academic achievement,
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While most accountants are familiar with Code Section 1202 and its exclusion for gain of qualified small-business stock, or QSBS, it has in recent years been neglected despite its potential benefits to small-business founders and venture capital and private equity investors. But with the increase in the exclusion amount and the lower corporate tax rate,
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Florida Sen. Marco Rubio lashed out again Wednesday against Wall Street, vowing to present a bill “soon” that will try to push companies to stop spending so much of their cash on share buybacks. In a tweetstorm that began in late-morning, the former Republican presidential candidate ripped into the culture of shareholder and executive enrichment
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Can you amend your taxes if you forgot something or made a mistake? Sure. Should you? It depends. You must file a tax return with the IRS each year if your income is over the requisite level. In fact, you can be prosecuted for failure to file (a misdemeanor) or for filing falsely (a felony). Ask
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I joined Withum 14 years ago when it had 250 people. It’s now 1,100 strong. As Withum is growing, the needs of the firm continue to expand with newly created positions to ease the growth for the staff and provide better and more value-added services to clients. Some of the nontraditional positions for an accounting
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