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Disney is launching a streaming service this week and many Americans are getting ready to make popcorn and dive into the large catalog of family favorites. The ever-growing amount of online streaming options illustrates the new pattern of entertainment consumption in America and across the globe. Today, many consumers never actually purchase music, movies, or
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Why would a 25-year-old medical student attend a summit on Alzheimer’s disease in the nation’s capital? And why is he thinking about dementia at all? Nihal Satyadev said he wants to change everyone’s perception of Alzheimer’s disease, and that includes young people. Members of his national endeavor—the Youth Movement Against Alzheimer’s (YMAA)—can be found in
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Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin Democrats are trying to get ahold of Donald Trump’s tax returns though several difference legal … [+] channels. Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images Topline: A federal appeals court on Wednesday rejected a last-ditch effort by President Donald’s Trump’s lawyers to shield his financial records from Congress,
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Did you think the term gig economy was a modern concept? You’d be wrong. Yes, it refers to the growing number of freelancers and contract workers making up the workforce. But its origins stretch back much further. What is the Gig Economy? Spawned by jazz club musicians in the early 1900s, the notion of a
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Economic Security Planning, Inc. Today’s column addresses when someone might be deemed to have filed for spousal benefits after filing for retirement benefits, filing for spousal benefits before retirement benefits, widow’s benefits and the GPO, disability benefits converting to retirement benefits and award letter language. Larry Kotlikoff is a Professor of Economics at Boston University
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Receipt Bank is asking small business owners to nominate important accountants in their lives for the accounting software company’s “#GiveYourBookkeeperaBreak” campaign. Launched to coincide with Global Bookkeeping Week (Nov. 18-23, 2019) and Global Entrepreneurship Week (Nov. 18-24, 2019), the campaign will highlight bookkeepers and accounting professionals who have had profound effects on small businesses. The
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The Internal Revenue Service is planning an extensive cyber awareness campaign beginning immediately after Thanksgiving, according to Stephen Mankowski, national tax chair of the National Conference of CPA Practitioners: “The campaign will emphasize to practitioners and taxpayers the potential dangers they face during the holiday shopping season and the filing season ahead.” “National Tax Security
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As policymakers and presidential candidates consider proposals to enact a wealth tax on the wealthy, lost in the debates about tax avoidance, administrative challenges, and revenue projections is the impact on innovation and entrepreneurship. Contrary to the claims of wealth tax proponents, policymakers should consider the negative impact of wealth taxes on economic dynamism in
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By Fred Riccardi, Medicare Rights Center President and Next Avenue Contributor Getty Beginning this year and continuing into 2020, Medicare Advantage plans (ones from private insurers) have increased flexibility to provide coverage for what the government calls supplemental benefits. These are services otherwise excluded by law from what’s known as Original Medicare coverage. And Medicare
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Getty Winston Shrout has been apprehended. The former fugitive and tax fraud promoter had been on the run from law enforcement for months, but he was caught in Arizona this month by the U.S. Marshals Service. Shrout, 70, was convicted in April 2017 on six misdemeanor counts of willful failure to file tax returns and 13
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