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Keeping Athletes In Play

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Disability insurance is every bit as important to protecting the livelihood of professional athletes as a football or batting helmet.

'Amazon' Laws Make For Tax Jungle

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A number of states have passed so-called “Amazon” or “click-through nexus” laws in an attempt to cast a wider net on Internet commerce.

How Long Before A Home Lists For $1 Billion?

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With a Los Angeles hilltop home recently going on the market for a record half-billion dollars, is a $1 billion listing far behind?

A Client Data Balancing Act

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Advisors need to find a balance between clients openly sharing information and having a proper structure designed to keep this information secure.

Taming The Alt Juggernaut

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As regulators continue to warn about the alternative investments sector, advisors need to be ever vigilant in the due diligence they perform on the alt products they recommend to clients.

Foundations: How To Avoid 990-PF Pitfalls

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Here are some common reporting errors that can cause private foundations to lose money and tax benefits.

The Case For Mezzanine Debt

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Demand for mezzanine debt from property owners is set to intensify over the next few years due to a confluence of trends, says Bruce Batkin, CEO of Terra Capital Partners.

The New Buzz Word: Prudent

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The Fed is doing the right thing by remaining cautious, as it needs more proof that the economies both here and abroad are really doing better and are in recoveries that are sustainable.

U.S. Businessman Fights Russian Corruption, Murder And Wins

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In 'Red Notice,' Bill Browder recalls how he sought capitalism but found corruption and abuse in Russia.

Strong Dollar: The Cause And Effect

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While the dollar strength is certainly not unexpected, the velocity of the gain has impacted the world's financial markets in various ways.

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