It's hard to see the UN gaining any traction around proposed financial consequences for countries. But there are consequences for investor-owned companies. We know who those companies are, and now we know how much each is to blame.
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During my last four days in San José it was constantly raining, but today suddenly there was a little sun out so I took my camera and ran out to see what was happening.
Did you know that the tax code allows you to claim tax deductions for household damage caused by thefts, vandalism, fires, floods, hurricanes and others kinds of casualties?
The tax rules for gamblers can be summed up simply: "Heads, the IRS wins; tails, gamblers lose." The faux-friendly feds routinely nail gamblers for taxes on their winnings.
Most myths are fairly short lived. Some, though, just refuse to die. Take, for example, the one that makes the rounds every filing season about how to lessen the likelihood of an audit.
For most people, this year's deadline for filing Form 1040 is Monday, April 18. Miss the deadline and you could get slapped with a substantial, nondeductible penalty.
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The Federal Reserve is considering requiring banks to get permission from consumers before enrolling them in overdraft programs, so that consumers lik...
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