Tax Planning

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The Top Prize For Personal Wealth? Business Owners Own It

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Personal wealth is concentrated in the hands of American business owners -- to such a degree few financial advisors can imagine it.

Carried Interest Tax Change Off Table Until 2017, Ryan Says

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Any major changes to private equity’s most favored tax break won’t happen until 2017, House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Paul Ryan said.

U.S. Top Court Rules Against Maryland In Double Taxation Case

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Maryland cannot impose a form of double taxation on residents by not giving them credit for some taxes paid on income earned in other states, the Supreme Court ruled in a decision that could slash...

New Accounts For Disabled Have Limitations

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About 5.8 million individuals and families could benefit from the accounts.

Billionaire Gates Says Innovators Not ‘On Strike’ Over Taxes

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Microsoft Corp. co-founder Bill Gates, the world’s richest person, said the U.S...

Americans Living Abroad Set Record For Giving Up Citizenship

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More Americans living outside the U.S. gave up their citizenship in the first quarter of 2015 than ever before, according to data released Thursday by the IRS.

College Savings Take A Dive: Study

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Average amounts saved for college have fallen 25 percent since last year and fewer middle-income families are saving for higher education, says a Sallie-Mae survey.

10 Young Advisors To Watch

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In a graying industry, younger advisors are entering the field in surprising ways, and with surprising attitudes about the future of the business.

Why The IRS Won’t Tell Fraud Victims What Identity Thieves Stole

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The IRS tells its workers to keep a tight grip on returns that identity thieves have filed under other people's names. The victims want to know why.

Paulson Gets More Time From IRS For Reinsurance Tax Savings

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Hedge fund managers including billionaire John Paulson won’t immediately face new limits on their use of insurance in offshore tax havens.

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