Archive for October 11th, 2017

The IRS Minimum Required Distribution rules could play a helpful role.

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Switzerland is awash in gold and silver, so much so that they are flushing the precious metal down the toilet.

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<p>The owners of an otherwise normal suburban home in New Jersey have put it up for sale after never moving in. The reason? A stalker known as “The Watcher.”</p>

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Delta reported 3Q earnings per share of $1.57 vs $1.53 estimate.

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Critics say the collapse of the Cook County tax is proof the national soda tax movement is losing its momentum.

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The new plan promises tax relief. What's in the tax reform framework?

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Mexican President Enrique Pea Nieto has made it clear he will not renegotiate NAFTA with a gun to his head. Thats a sound strategy. Perhaps he should explain it to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
Both U.S. neighbors face pressure from President Donald Trump, who has made it clear that he thinks the best way to get a favorable deal from the NAFTA partners is to put the squeeze on them. Trump reiterated that position this week, telling Forbes magazine that NAFTA will have to be terminated if were going to make it good.
Mexico has made it clear it will pull out of talks…

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Judging from General Motors Co.’s test cars and Elon Musk’s predictions, the world is headed toward a future that’s both driverless and all-electric. In reality, autonomy and battery power could end up being at odds.

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The fast-food chain known for having "the meats," is putting its money where its mouth is this year with the release of venison sandwiches nationwide, and elk sandwiches in select markets.&nbsp;

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These investments won’t make you rich, but they’ll maintain a steady flow of interest.

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The rate at which workers quit their jobs fell slightly to a seasonally adjusted 2.1% in August from 2.2% in July, according to the Labor Department, suggesting workers don't feel as if they’re likely to find something better if they leave their current jobs.

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The International Monetary Fund said global leaders need to address income inequality or risk undermining economic growth.

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Most Economists Agree: Trump Tax Plan Will Widen Budget Deficit, blared the headline last Friday in an article about President Trump’s proposed tax cuts. Media outlets often alter a writers original title, so I dont know if the authors or an editor wrote the title, but its a very skewed title.
The inescapable first impression of the title is its negativity. The message is unmistakable: Trumps proposal to cut taxes is a bad idea. Perhaps the negative spin is explained by the old clich in the news business, no news is good news. It would have been just as easy to give…

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Each year, taxpayers subsidize America's homeowners by roughly $70 billion.

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The Trump administration’s proposals prompt a backlash from Mexico and Canada and from business groups in all three countries, casting new uncertainty over the talks as they resume in Washington.

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