lower oil prices, to support his 3.5% GDP growth projection for 2015 vs a consensus of 3% . Pg 34: A deal on corporate taxes is unlikely. The deadlock involves lower corporate tax rate [supported by Republicans], huge infrastructure spending [supported
doing some research I have seen some articles saying it has a 8% expense ratio (i see it as .85%) due to the way it handles taxes . Does anyone prefer AMLP over a CEF fund like KYN? I understand KYN is more volatile due to leverage and it has a higher ER
taking this income from the side buisness and adding it to my regular W2 income, I would take that and invest it, defering taxes on the income untill perhaps retirement? First, is this possible? Does the structure of the buisness matter? S corp, C
funds work well in taxable accounts because they tend not to have capital gains payouts. So, they serve the role of keeping taxes down. They provide a nice, core base that is low maintenance. If I've got some active funds I need to watch closely, then
I want to sell some shares at a loss to offset capital gains for this tax year. Does the date of sale as seen by the IRS happen on the day the trade executes or the day the trade settles, typically 3 days later? If the trade executes by Dec 31
you've been using TT DeLuxe to deal with your taxes , you'll need Premier to do Schedule D of your 2014 taxes . Take a look at the this chart of features for each level of Turbo for this year's taxes : https://images.turbotax.intuit
the tax consequences of withdrawals over the next 20 years, and how that affects my withdrawal rate. I can't picture how taxes on soc. security (at 70), cap gains and odinary income based on RMDs will impact our finances over time. I also think it
salaries towards our 401(k), which takes me to the yearly IRS limit and her fairly close. Luckily, she works a couple hours ..... only put 4% of my salary into the company's 401(k) due to IRS limits. So now instead of saving $15k/yr in my 401(k
Dec 22 (Reuters) - Bank Leumi Le Israel BM, Israel's second largest bank, will pay $400 million to settle two separate investigations into whether it helped its U.S. clients evade taxes .
Dec 22 (Reuters) - Bank Leumi Le Israel BM, Israel's second largest bank, will pay $130 million to settle an investigation into whether it helped its U.S. clients evade taxes , a New York regulator...