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2/13/2018

The Social Security full retirement age is rising gradually to 67, and Americans born in 1956 need to wait four months after turning 66 to claim their full benefit. Here is a look at the effect of that increase.

2/13/2018

President Donald Trump has released his fiscal 2019 budget proposal, which calls for more military spending and cuts to programs such as Medicare. It requests $11.1 billion for the Internal Revenue Service and includes measures that could strengthen enforcement efforts.

2/13/2018

Savings rates are declining, and household debt is increasing relative to income, a Wells Fargo analysis finds.

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Wells Fargo
2/13/2018

In this Q&A, AICPA policy experts discuss advocacy efforts before passage, implementation challenges and members' role in advocating for guidance and technical corrections.

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AICPA
2/13/2018

There is still time to contribute to certain retirement accounts to lower the 2017 tax bill, even though the calendar year is over.

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Forbes
2/13/2018

The new tax law could encourage more workers to join the so-called gig economy. However, people thinking of making the leap should consider benefits they might lose, including employer-sponsored health insurance.

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CNBC
2/13/2018

Trust. Learn how blockchain removes the middleman and gives you confidence in a financial transaction.

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Blockchain
2/13/2018

Forms, surveys and checklists in Microsoft Word can be converted to interactive media simply by inserting clickable check boxes. This lets recipients easily complete documents by clicking their mouse to select check boxes, and documents can be returned as electronic attachments to facilitate a paperless environment.

2/13/2018

Fraudsters have many creative methods for stealing inventory, but certain best practices can help your company avoid becoming a victim.

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Financial Management
2/13/2018

Malazita will replace CFO Dexter Newman, who will depart March 5.

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Dexter Newman, Paul Malazita