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12/12/2017

If you have teenage children who have earned income from a summer job or part-time position, consider setting up Roth individual retirement accounts for them and matching contributions to the accounts. Roth IRAs often make sense for younger savers, as they allow for many years of tax-free growth.

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Forbes
12/12/2017

Adoption of recommendations related to climate risks can lead to improved company resilience, a global task force says.

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CGMA Magazine online
12/12/2017

Rebuilding a retirement account is possible if you have taken money out to cover college tuition, credit card debt or some other large expense. Here are five ways to do so.

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USA Today
12/12/2017

Find out whether payments qualify as deductible alimony, including temporary support and lump-sum payments.

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The Tax Adviser
12/12/2017

Hiring an executive coach can help you access much-needed mentoring, feedback or motivation. Finding a coach who matches your needs is important, so here are four strategies for picking the right person.

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Inc. online
12/12/2017

After an eventful year, boards and senior management worry about different business risks in 2018, global research suggests.

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CGMA Magazine online
12/11/2017

Wall Street economists are advising investors to prepare for the sharpest increase in interest rates since 2006. Next year, interest rates are set to rise to at least 1% in advanced economies, economists say.

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12/11/2017

Changing business models, cybersecurity and competition for talent are only a few of the things expected to concern corporate directors in the next year.

12/11/2017

The Governmental Accounting Standards Board has issued separate proposals on capitalization of interest costs and an upcoming guide to implementing recent pronouncements.

12/11/2017

Preparation takes time. Skip the "I'm frazzled" look. Take steps now to get everything under control before your year-end rolls around.

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