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Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin Bitcoin currency sign in digital cyberspace. Technology Network and Internet marketing, Money … [+] Exchange background concept Getty After 5 years of the issuance of Notice 2014-21, in October 2019, IRS issued 43 Q&As further explaining the items covered on the original notice. Without any big
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Economic Security Planning, Inc. Today’s column addresses questions about filing at FRA or delaying till 70, the ability to collect spousal benefits, the earnings test, drawing benefits while living with a partner and drawing benefits while living in another country. Larry Kotlikoff is a Professor of Economics at Boston University and the founder and president
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AI in taxation ShutterStock Governments are leveraging the benefits of AI and robotics in many fields like healthcare services, transportation, defense, and national security. Governments are rapidly accepting the use of AI, which is opening up new opportunities for innovation in government services, like taxation. Tax is the primary source of money for the government
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Diffusing tensions helped Wall Street get back to winning ways. Win McNamee/Getty Images Topline: Despite stock futures plummeting overnight on reports that Iran launched a missile attack on U.S. military bases in Iraq, the market sharply rebounded on Wednesday. Stocks hit new record highs after Trump’s comments on Iran indicated a de-escalation of potential conflict.
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Getty The Internal Revenue Service has announced that it has reached an agreement with Free File, Inc. (FFI). According to the IRS, the deal will help make the Free File program more taxpayer-friendly while strengthening consumer protections in several key areas. (You can read the agreement, which downloads as a PDF, here.) “This updated agreement is part of a larger
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(Photo by Sandy Huffaker) Corbis via Getty Images Every personal finance commentator tells you to get out of credit-card debt. I’ll take this logic a step further by condemning mortgages. Once upon a time, a mortgage was a ticket to prosperity. Someone who bought a suburban home in the 1960s on a 30-year mortgage enjoyed
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Economic Security Planning, Inc. Today’s column addresses questions about filing a restricted application for spousal benefits only after filing for and suspending a retirement benefit, effects of low income before filing, survivor’s benefits, conflating filing and suspending with restricted applications and the earnings test. Larry Kotlikoff is a Professor of Economics at Boston University and
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