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Don’t Have Your Tax Refund Yet? It’s Time to Take Action

Filed under: Taxes, Income Tax, IRS Gunnar Pippel/Shutterstock For many Americans, the period leading up to April 15 is the most stressful part of income tax season. It can include worries about improperly claiming deductions, how life changes will impact the amount you owe, and anxieties about the possibility of getting audited. Then you submit your return before time runs ...

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Don’t Be Scared of Emerging Markets

Tim McCarthy If you looked back at many stories on investing in emerging markets over the past decade, you may have thought this category should not be a part of your total portfolio. Many retirees continue to think emerging markets are still too dangerous for investing. Yet what they are missing is just how many of these countries have now ...

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Don’t Cap CEO Pay, Voters Say, and 4 More Things to Know Today

Filed under: Market News, Travel, Mergers & Acquisitions, CEOs, Investing Getty Images Here’s a quick rundown from the world of business and economics this morning: the things you need to know, and some you’ll just want to know. o. Swiss voters have rejected a proposal to cap the salaries of top executives at 12 times their company’s lowest wage, apparently ...

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Don’t Strip Away the NFL’s Tax Exempt Status

Every dollar of income that is earned in the National Football League – from game tickets, television rights fees, jersey sales and national sponsorships – is subject to tax. None of this income is shielded in a tax-exempt entity. Instead, the NFL’s 32 clubs pay tax on all of these revenues. Claims that the NFL is using a tax exemption ...

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E-Cigarettes Don’t Lead To Smoking, Study Finds

A new study on e-cigarettes examined the possibility that electronic cigarette use will lead to smoking — and determined that there is no indication use of smokeless tobacco alternatives will be a risk factor for future deadly habits. The e-cigarette study was contrasted with a Centers For Disease Control and Prevention report in September, which suggested that electronic cigarettes should ...

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Colon Cancer Testing Leveling Off In US, Many Adults Don’t Get Screened

Colon cancer testing is leveling off in the United States, according to a federal report. The survey was conducted last year and shows that about two-thirds of American adults between 50-75 years of age have had colorectal cancer screenings, but millions don’t. This is the same percentage of colon cancer testings that took place in 2010, which would be the ...

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Don’t worry Bill, Gracie Mansion has a laundry room! De Blasio poised to become next mayor as Election Day hits city

infusny-160/Elder Ordonez/INFphoto.com Bill de Blasio, the Democratic candidate for New York City mayor, and wife Chirlane McCray take their clothes to a Laundromat near their Brooklyn apartment Monday. The yearlong race for City Hall ended Monday with Bill de Blasio and Joe Lhota offering dueling visions for the future and a final volley of attacks as voters prepared to ...

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Americans Don’t Want to Re-elect Their Own Members of Congress

A George Washington University Battleground poll said 60 percent of voters want new representatives.  All politics is local. And for the first time a new poll shows not only are Americans fed up with Congress, they are also fed up with their own individual member. This is a marked contrast from previous polls, when the sentiment was throw all the ...

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