“Anticipation is makin’ me late… keepin’ me waitin’…” The IRS has until April 23 to provide President Trump’s tax returns to the House Ways & Means Committee. Panel chairman Richard Neal wrote a second letter to the IRS Commissioner Charles Rettig requesting the past six years of the president’s returns. He wrote that Treasury’s concerns
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North Carolina Senate Finance Committee Chairs Ralph Hise (R), Paul Newton (R), and Jerry W. Tillman (R) this month introduced Senate Bill 622, the Tax Reduction Act of 2019. This bill includes several tax changes, but the most notable proposed structural improvement is a provision to reduce and cap the state’s franchise tax. North Carolina
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The OECD recently released the 2018 results of their “Risks that Matter Survey.” This survey covers a broad range of policy issues that people face in countries around the world. The survey covered more than 22,000 people aged 18 to 70 years old in 21 OECD countries. Several of the survey questions elicited responses on
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Check out the companies making headlines before the bell: Goldman Sachs — The investment bank reported quarterly profit of $5.71 per share, beating the consensus estimate of $4.89. Revenue fell short of forecasts, however. Goldman also increased its quarterly dividend to 85 cents per share from 80 cents a share. Waste Management — Waste Management
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One big bank is not like the other. Financial giants J.P. Morgan and Wells Fargo kicked off earnings season on Friday, both issuing better-than-expected results. But while J.P. Morgan’s stock soared nearly 5%, Wells Fargo’s stock slid, ending the day almost 3% lower. Wells Fargo’s weakness came largely from softer profit guidance from CFO John
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