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DAVOS, Switzerland (Reuters) - European leaders will be out in force at the World Economic Forum in Davos this week to defend multilateralism before U.S. President read more
The NCUA is an independent agency of the federal government, and its operating budget comes from fees charged to credit unions and to the National Credit Union read more
The United States Supreme Court agreed Friday to wade into the issue of sales tax collection on internet purchases in a case that could force consumers to pay more read more
This seems to me another sign of America's strengthening economy, something which should be supportive going forward of higher interest rates for savers. read more
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has updated the income-tax withholding tables for 2018 to reflect changes made by the new tax law. The updated tables reflect the read more
Thinking about prepaying some of your 2018 taxes in advance of limitations imposed by the Republican tax plan? Well, forget about it. The final version of the tax read more
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For those that qualify--many options, many opportunities to have taxes done for free. Just make sure if someone does your taxes they have an EIN number and read more
This article is from yesterday. The accelerating losses are likely to be on display over the next week as the biggest United States banks report their read more
From Bloomberg The underlying pace of U.S. inflation unexpectedly accelerated in December amid increased housing costs, reinforcing the outlook for the Federal read more
The two-year Treasury yield jumped above 2 percent, marking a rebound to a key psychological level last seen just as the U.S. sank into the depths of the financial read more
The Fed’s bond holdings comprise federal debt and securities issued by the government-owned mortgage finance companies Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. By diving into read more
From Bloomberg System for backing up bank accounts to include other nest eggs That may help safeguard trillions of dollars in global markets U.S. financial firms read more
"As the legal markets for marijuana spread, a small credit union is solving a big problem: what to do with all the cash." (It's "Partner Colorado, a credit union read more
Paying with credit cards is still the easiest and most effective way to avoid permanently losing money to fraud. It's far better than carrying cash, which read more
Under second proposal, CFP Board tweaks pre-engagement client disclosure, clarifies rules for non-financial-planning advice
Many Americans have rushed to prepay their 2018 property taxes and save on their federal taxes, hoping to take advantage of a tax deduction that will be scaled back read more
"The issue of Social Security is nearly invisible in the eye of the voter these days. Congress has just approved a massive tax reform without even a word about how read more
For those who took a HE for a house renovation, or a car loan or a child's college education.-----Look for the deduction or exemption for a college age student read more
Additional standard deduction amounts for the elderly and blind are still allowed.
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The Republican tax bill would cut taxes for about 75 percent of filers in 2018. How would it affect you?
Robert G. Wilmers, the longtime chairman and chief executive officer who drove M&T Bank Corp.'s growth from a small local bank into one of the nation's biggest read more
But freezes are, for the moment, the best of a handful of limited tools we have to keep identity thieves at bay, and given the amount of fraud in the world these read more