Month: January 2020

Halley Bondy and daughter Robin, 2 Halley Bondy Halley Bondy loves being a freelance writer. And the 35-year-old journalist, who lives in Brooklyn, New York, earns more working for herself than she did as a full-time employee. Now, a proposal in New York state that could require companies to classify more of their freelancers as
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Getty What’s does 2020 hold for your utility stocks (and closed-end funds)? Will these steady income plays hand us another round of big gains and dividends? Or is there trouble ahead? These are reasonable questions to ask after these “boring” stocks poured on a huge—and rather “un-utility-like”—26% total return last year! Let’s dive into three
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The Vince Lombardi Trophy. Getty Images Miami is proving to be a lucrative location for the National Football League’s hospitality company On Location Experiences, which is expecting a 15% increase in revenue for Super Bowl LIV next month, according to league officials. OLE, which creates one-of-a-kind, luxury Super Bowl packages that include tickets, food, entertainment
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Getty In the District of Columbia and 17 states, when you die, tax collectors can take a big bite through estate or inheritance taxes, depending on your net worth and your heirs. For 2020, seven states and D.C. are ushering in changes to these laws: Some tweaks keep up with inflation, but others could save—or
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Office and residential skyscrapers against bright sun and clear blue sky. Commercial real estate. … [+] Glass and metal in urban architecture. High-tech facade design. Modern business city district. Office buildings exterior. Financial city district. Reflections and highlights in glass. Wide angle city photography. Getty Historically low interest rates have helped boost interest in real
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