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An interview with billionaire president and COO of Blackstone, Jonathan Gray. In this interview, Jonathan discusses the economic environment and where he sees the investment opportunities. Jonathan also talks about the businesses of Blackstone, with a focus on real estate investing. Like if you enjoyed Subscribe for more:http://bit.ly/InvestorsArchive Follow us on twitter:http://bit.ly/TwitterIA Other great Private
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Photographer: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg© 2018 Bloomberg Finance LP IBM is betting big on the next emerging cloud market  — the “hybrid” multicloud. That’s a computing environment that combines multiple cloud providers and clouds—public, private, software-as-a-service. And that’s why the technology giant is paying bucks to acquire Red Hat.  The open source technology company will bring to
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The Internal Revenue Service has opened an Instagram account where it will share information on the latest tax topics, but probably not many selfies or kitten photos. The IRSNews account on Instagram will give taxpayers info about different tax subjects, especially as taxpayers face numerous tax law changes for the upcoming 2019 filing season related
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A compromised passport number could be your ticket to identity theft woes. Marriott International announced Friday that hackers had accessed the reservation database for its Starwood Hotels brand, compromising data for 500 million guests. For 327 million of those affected consumers, the hotelier said, the information compromised “includes some combination of” data points including name,
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Here’s a question you probably haven’t been asked: “Who are you when you are not working?”  In other words, how do you define yourself outside of work? If you’re struggling for an answer, you’re not alone. Too often, traditional retirement planning assumes that if you have the right amount of money and asset allocation, things
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Sunset for a tax scheme; $4,000 in phony refunds per return; aging badly; and other highlights of recent tax cases. Lafayette, N.J.: Preparer Thomas Kurczewski, 71, has pleaded guilty to information charging him with one count of failing to pay payroll taxes and one count of failing to make personal income tax returns, resulting in
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Just as several states have individual alternative minimum taxes (AMTs) that prevent households and pass-through businesses from claiming “too many” itemized deductions, some states levy corporate AMTs to prevent corporations from reducing their corporate income tax liability beyond a certain level. Most state corporate AMTs conform closely to the federal corporate AMT, which was established
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Credit: Getty Royalty FreeGetty There’s a new trend in investing: free. You can now trade stocks, own index funds and even get portfolio management with no fee. This is noteworthy, though investors may not realize it: Nearly a third of Americans who have an investment account think they don’t pay fees, according to NerdWallet research.
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