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Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin A customer browses books on display at the Hugendubel bookstore in Munich, Germany. Photographer: Guido Krzikowski/Bloomberg A multi-year campaign to get e-books taxed at the same rate as print books in the EU has finally paid off. Print books (and periodicals) have been subject to a
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Image: Bloomberg News The IRS plans an e-Services maintenance outage for this Saturday, Oct. 27, and Sunday, Oct. 28, as it continues work on preparing for next tax season. Users will be unable to access their e-Services accounts or e-Services tools over the weekend. With the many changes to the Tax Code created by the
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On November 6th, Maine voters will decide whether to adopt new income and payroll taxes to fund a proposed Universal Home Care Program. Maine Question 1, the Payroll and Non-Wage Income Taxes for Home Care Program Initiative, would create three new taxes, each applying to income above Social Security’s Old-Age, Survivors, and Disability Insurance (OASDI)
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Getty Images royalty free Searching for profitable industries to invest in can be a solid strategy when looking for new opportunities. At the same time, however, putting money out there invested on the backs of new, hot stocks isn’t always a great plan. Instead, taking a longer-term, patient and steady approach to researching industries, sectors and means of
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Serious trade tension or trade war between US and China, financial concept : Flags of USA and China with faces of Gorge Washington and Mao Zedong, depicts trade deficit between Washington and Beijing. Dating back to the beginning of the last election cycle, the economic terms “tariffs” and “trade deficits” have worked their way into
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