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Talk To Me IRA, Because Millennials Are Leaving Money On The Table

Despite all of the financial challenges faced by Millennials, it's still important that they save for their retirement. A 401(k) plan is a great start; however, Roth IRA's offer a powerful tax incentive, which many Millennials are leaving on the table.

Mike Graetz Looks at Corporate Tax Reform From 30,000 Feet

It is so easy to get lost in the weeds of tax policy. Nowhere is that more true than in the hyper-technical world of international tax that only a handful of economists and lawyers really understand. That’s why a recent short talk by Columbia University law professor Michael Graetz was [...]

Pence Should Talk Taxes, Not Social Issues — Poll

As Indiana Gov. Mike Pence prepares to speak at the Republican convention tonight, a new poll suggests the Republican vice presidential nominee tout his tax record – and avoid social issues.

Sorry, Trumps: You Cannot Eliminate Inheritance Taxes And Be 'Populists'.

Like so many other things about the Trumps, their claims to be "populists" are absurd on their face. They have, however, repeated populist phrases enough so the witless media talks about it. And, what political advisers do not realize is that people judge statements based upon their own set of ethics. Show More Summary

Presidential campaigns likely to shift focus to small business owners

Expect more talk about small business issues like taxes and regulations as the post-convention presidential campaigns intensify. Continue reading ? The post Presidential campaigns likely to shift focus to small business owners appeared first on PBS NewsHour.

Expect focus on small business to grow in presidential race

NEW YORK (AP) — Expect more talk about small business issues like taxes and regulations as the post-convention presidential campaigns intensify, with Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton trying to woo entrepreneurs and...Show More Summary

Trump demanded VP candidate tax docs he won't make public

In a Thursday talk delivered through Facebook, Trump vice president finalist Newt Gingrich said the campaign required him to submit more than one decade's worth of tax returns as part of the vetting process. In a 2012 editorial, theShow More Summary

What The U.S. Treasury Wants You To Know About Saving For Retirement

Melissa Koide talks about the retirement savings crisis, the real impact of waiting, myRA and key tax savings to consider.

Thursday Lunchtime Links: Senators Urge Feds To Investigate Airbnb

New high-rise, Valencia's abuse bike lanes, SF sales tax talk. [ more › ]

Trump dodges questions about a middle-class property-tax break and his income

Donald Trump is eager to talk about any number of things these days. But questions about his taxes remain most unwelcome. In a telephone interview Tuesday, I asked the self-proclaimed billionaire how... To view the full story, click the title link.

Justice Ginsburg is right about Trump — but she still shouldn't have talked

It's not that anything Ruth Bader Ginsburg said about Donald Trump was incorrect. The man is a "faker," and his refusal to release his tax returns does violate established norms of presidential campaigns. But just because it's true doesn't...Show More Summary

Shaviro:Ten Observations Concerning International Tax Policy

Daniel Shaviro (NYU), Ten Observations Concerning International Tax Policy: This is a slightly revised version of a lunch talk that the author gave at the National Tax Association’s 46th Annual Spring Symposium on May 12. It addresses, among other topics, why there is so little consensus regarding international tax policy,...

WSJ:Marginal Tax Rates Matter To Star Scientists (And To The Rest Of Us)

Wall Street Journal editorial, Why Everyone Needs a Tax Cut: Scientists Like Living in Countries That Don’t Plunder Their Paychecks: It’s déclassé on the left and right these days to talk about marginal tax rates, so forgive us for pointing out economic evidence that rates affect individual behavior. Two 2015...

Republicans Talk a Better Game on the Economy Than Democrats

Kevin Drum: Republicans Talk a Better Game on the Economy Than Democrats: Over the weekend Brad DeLong wrote a post about Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback and how his disastrous tax cuts have decimated the state's economy. It prompted several of...

Republicans Talk a Better Game on the Economy Than Democrats

Over the weekend Brad DeLong wrote a post about Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback and how his disastrous tax cuts have decimated the state's economy. It prompted several of the usual comments, and DeLong highlights this one in particular: The process Brownback has put the state on isn't something he regrets. Show More Summary

Prison Phone Rates, a 'Tax on the Poor,' Keep Going Up

This article originally appeared on the International Business Times. Families of prisoners in the U.S. pay as much as $1 a minute to talk to their loved ones behind bars, which is why the Federal Communications Commission stepped in last fall to regulate the industry, which is controlled by a few private firms. Show More Summary

Big businesses are hurting small businesses

We often hear that taxes and regulation are hurting small businesses. As a small business owner and someone who talks to a lot of conservatives, I hear this all the time. Though it has a small kernel of truth to it (a key to most successful...Show More Summary

Atlanta's other transportation question this year: a higher sales tax to build out Beltline trails, streetscapes, and more

While there's a lot of talk about a 0.5-percent sales tax to expand MARTA in Atlanta's city limits, there's a separate big-dollar transportation measure that could land on the November ballot. Under a bill now moving through the Atlanta...Show More Summary

Vanguard Founder Jack Bogle Talks About Taxes, Investing And The Election

John C. "Jack" Bogle, the Founder of The Vanguard Group, Inc., and President of Vanguard’s Bogle Financial Markets Research Center, has witnessed more than a few presidential elections in his lifetime. The most current election cycle, though, stands out as "at least the most chaotic within my memory." He's not alone. [...]

NFL's Richard Sherman Talks Football, Taxes & Why Billionaire Owners Should Pay For Stadiums

The NFL's Richard Sherman thinks he'd make a good President. He would fix the deficit, lower taxes - and make NFL owners pay for their own football stadiums.

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