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Working toward financial flexibility

Nov 22, 2011
I max out contributions to my workplace 401K and a traditional IRA (I no longer qualify for a Roth). Should I be doing more to save for retirement? Are there other retirement vehicles available to me or should I continue investing in non-retirement accounts (e.g., direct purchase of mutual funds and/or stocks through my brokerage account)? Sandra, Silver Spring, MD
Posted In: Savings, Retirement, retirement savings, Taxes

The Marketplace Fairness Act: not the newest program in the Marketplace portfolio.

Nov 10, 2011
It's a bipartisan bill introduced yesterday by Senators Dick Durbin (D-Ill), Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn), and Mike Enzi (R-Wyo). The Senators say...
Posted In: Senate, Taxes, Tech Report

Voters reject tax increases in Colorado

Nov 2, 2011
Citizens of Colorado voted down a tax plan that would have helped out cash-strapped schools in the state.
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Rick Perry unveils flat tax

Oct 25, 2011
Perry's plan is an optional 20 percent flat tax. Herman Cain has his flat tax. So what are the contours of the GOP candidates' approach to taxation? What do they mean for the economy?
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Tan tax tanks. Feds fail to collect on salons

Oct 13, 2011
One of the most widely-reported parts of "Obamacare" was the 10 percent tax on tanning salons that was added to the bill. The tax was intended to...
Posted In: Marketplace Daily Pulse, News Brief, Taxes, The Breakdown: Economy

Amazon tax bill in CA could encourage passage in more states

Sep 23, 2011
Today, Gov. Jerry Brown of California could potentially sign a bill that would allow states to collect taxes from internet sales on Amazon.com, and more retailers are next in line.
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Some major U.S. companies pay high CEO salaries, few taxes

Aug 31, 2011
According to a new study, some major companies in the U.S. pay more for their CEOs than they do in taxes. But can this pay off for the economy as a whole?
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Study: Some companies pay more to their own CEOs than to Uncle Sam

Aug 31, 2011
A new study shows that major U.S. companies often pay out more money in executive salary than they do in taxes.
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Popular Missouri tax credit faces budget ax

Aug 25, 2011
The program pays developers a quarter of the cost to rehab historic buildings. It's been lauded as a jobs creator, but many say the state can no longer afford it.
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Cigarette tax helps fund the arts in Cleveland

Aug 11, 2011
Every cigarette bought in Cuyahoga County gives a penny and a half to local arts and cultural organizations
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