Month: November 2020

Getty Images Bitcoin isn’t the only cryptocurrency posting strong gains lately. Ether, XRP and a handful of other so-called “altcoins,” or alternative cryptocurrencies, rallied Monday, following the world’s best-known digital currency higher. At around 9:15 a.m. ET, ether passed the $600 level, a point it hasn’t reached since June 2018, according to data from industry
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1. Never stop raising expectations. To achieve greatness, you must constantly be evolving and innovating. Let’s say you’ve reached all your goals this year. Are you going to keep those goals the same for next year? No. That’s Bezos‘ mind works. He’s always thinking about the next big thing. For example, how can a successful
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American flag on flat surface laying flat with glass globe of USA getty Tax Notes senior legal reporter Andrew Velarde and contributing editor Robert Goulder discuss the influence of the 2020 U.S. elections on the international tax world. This post has been edited for length and clarity. David Stewart: Welcome to the podcast. I’m David Stewart, editor
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Getty Images Wealthy individuals and families are breathing a sigh of relief in light of the election results. Their worst tax fears are not to be realized in the near term as the combination of a Democratic president and a likely Republican Senate means that significant tax legislation is off the table.  “Prior to the election
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Raleigh North Carolina is among the ten highest-ranked markets “for overall real estate … [+] prospects.” getty Urban Land Institute and PwC’s latest real estate trends forecast is news.  ULI and PwC’s 2021 Emerging Trends in Real Estate® offers deep dives and insights into all sectors of the U.S. and Canadian real estate markets.  It’s
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Economic Security Planning, Inc. Today’s column addresses questions about when it’s possible to file for spousal benefits, who can still file restricted applications for spousal benefits only, divorced spousal benefits after early retirement benefits and eligibility for disability benefits close to full retirement age. Larry Kotlikoff is a Professor of Economics at Boston University and
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