Photo by Lambert/Getty Images. Forty states do not have enough money to pay all of their bills, according to quantitative analysis in Financial State of the States, the ninth annual report published this evening by Truth in Accounting (TIA). TIA is a non-partisan, not-for-profit government finances watchdog. To balance the budget, “elected officials have not included the
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If you haven’t seen this tax-advantaged savings account offered alongside your health-care plan, odds are that you’ll come across it this year. Say hello to the health savings account, a way for workers to put money away either on a pre-tax or tax-deductible basis, have it grow free of taxes and then take tax-free withdrawals
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J.P. Morgan Chase is doubling down on the physical storefront known as the bank branch. Under pressure to cut expenses after the financial crisis, U.S. banks have been shuttering branches for most of the last decade. That trend accelerated as Americans got used to banking online and then on mobile phones. But J.P. Morgan is
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Cybersecurity executives who think their mission is to defend against and stop cyberattacks in real time are “dead wrong,” Q6 Cyber founder and CEO Eli Dominitz told CNBC’s Jim Cramer. “Why? It’s too late,” Dominitz said in an interview on “Mad Money.” “By the time the bad guys are knocking down your door, banging on
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