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Tiffany’s stock dropped as much as 12 percent in premarket trading on Wednesday after releasing disappointing third-quarter sales that were hurt by weaker spending from Chinese tourists in the U.S. and Hong Kong. The luxury jewelry retailer’s earnings were in-line with estimates, but revenue of $1.01 billion was shy of the $1.05 billion estimate from
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Reform and job creation; Ohio takes bitcoin; getting everyone to agree; and other highlights from our favorite tax bloggers. Declawed Rubin on Tax (http://rubinontax.floridatax.com): Similar to concerns in 2012 about a reduction in the unified credit, the 2026 sunset of the $5 million increase in the unified credit basic exclusion amount for gift and estate
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Your kids are bright, active, socially conscious—and knee-deep in their own lives. Whether they’re competing in pressure-packed schools, struggling to make time for sports/drama/dance, or even starting their own careers and families, they’ve got a lot on their plate. So, while giving back might be important to you, pressuring your kids to join you can
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An interview with billionaire businessman, founder of Quicken Loans and owner of the Cleveland Cavaliers, Dan Gilbert. In this interview, Dan discusses his career as a entrepreneur and lessons he has learnt along the way. Dan also talks about the importance of culture, managing sports teams and Detroit. Like if you enjoyed Subscribe for more:http://bit.ly/InvestorsArchive
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Key Findings In general, large industrialized nations tend to have higher statutory corporate income tax rates than developing countries. The worldwide average statutory corporate income tax rate, measured across 208 jurisdictions, is 23.03 percent. When weighted by GDP, the average statutory rate is 26.47 percent. The average top corporate rate among EU countries is 21.68
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Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg The IRS Advisory Council has issued its annual report for 2018, including recommendations that the IRS be given the authority to regulate tax preparers. “The IRSAC has urged Congress to provide the IRS express statutory authority to establish and enforce minimum standards of competence for all tax practitioners, including tax return preparers,” the
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Republicans and the Trump administration have failed to scrutinize the financial services industry and that needs to change, said Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif. “For the last two years, Republicans in Congress have served as accomplices to Trump and have completely neglected Congress’ oversight responsibilities, enabling corruption and destructive policies to run rampant,” Waters said, according
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Facebook CEO and Harvard dropout Mark Zuckerberg, center, greets graduating Harvard students as he walks in a procession though Harvard Yard at the start of Harvard University commencement exercises on May 25, 2017, in Cambridge, Mass. (AP Photo/Steven Senne) Can you really go to college for free? The answer is yes — and these 75
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