The county is in the process of sending new property value appraisals in the mail to nearly 490,000 Cuyahoga County homeowners and business owners.
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Currently, everyone has a lifetime exemption of $11.7 million that they can gift tax-free. Here’s one of my favorite strategies: Everyone can give up to $15,000 tax-free to anyone under the current (2021) annual gift tax exclusion. This means that a married couple can give their kids, grandkids, and any other individual $30,000 a year ($15,000 per person) completely tax-free.
If your estate is big enough, you should know how generation-skipping transfer taxes work, and how to avoid paying more than you must.
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Whereas the benchmark S&P 500 has gained 273% over the trailing 10-year period, we've watched Bitcoin approach a nearly 8,000,000,000% gain in a little over 11 years. The Shiba Inu dog breed has inspired a handful of popular cryptocurrencies. Although Bitcoin continues to generate buzz, especially with the first Bitcoin futures-based exchange-traded fund making its debut this week, it's Shiba Inu (CRYPTO: SHIB) that's been turning heads with its gains.
Trump's new social media company shot up in value, but at least one investor says it's not about the money.
The Biden administration is working to get $700 million to workers in hard-hit industries.
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A jury weighing the fate of fallen Silicon Valley star Elizabeth Holmes got its first chance Friday to listen to recordings of her boasting to investors about purported breakthroughs in a blood-testing technology. The drama unfolded in a San Jose, California, courtroom with federal prosecutors playing a series of recordings from a December 2013 conference call that Holmes held with investors in Theranos, the company she started in 2003 after dropping out of college at 19 in hopes of becoming a revered visionary in the mold of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs. The audio clips of Holmes capped the sixth week of a high-profile trial revolving around allegations that Holmes duped sophisticated investors and major retailers with bogus promises about a Theranos device dubbed Edison.
Homeownership is far from the only path to happiness and financial security.
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In this article, we discuss the 11 best dividend stocks to buy according to Warren Buffett. You can skip our detailed analysis of Buffett’s hedge fund and his investment philosophy and go directly to read the 5 Best Dividend Stocks To Buy According To Warren Buffett. Warren Buffett is an American businessman, investor, and CEO […]
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Retiring with a million dollars is a good goal. A larger or smaller sum might work well for you, but for many, if not most, of us, a million dollars will go far. If you apply the flawed-but-still-useful 4% rule to it, withdraw 4% of that million dollars in your first year of retirement, and adjust the withdrawal for inflation in each successive year, the money stands a good chance of supporting you for several decades.
David Tepper shuns stock market: ‘Sometimes there’s times to make money … sometimes there’s times not to lose money’
David Tepper, billionaire investor and one of the world’s top hedge-fund managers, isn't a fan of the stock market, right now.
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Mark Cuban compares the crypto boom to the dot-com bubble, defends Robinhood, and calls for stablecoin regulation in a new interview. Here are the 10 best quotes.
The "Shark Tank" star and billionaire owner of the Dallas Mavericks celebrated how crypto has encouraged millions of young people to invest.
Baby boomers have been in the midst of a retirement boom for more than a decade, but the pandemic has accelerated it, adding new hazards.
For many people, saving too little is the problem. However, for others, it's the exact opposite because they are saving too much. Too much of anything can be dangerous, including stashing excess cash...
Watchdog says ‘substantial reason to believe’ that congressman’s wife used insider info in stock trade
A congressional ethics watchdog has concluded there is “substantial reason to believe” that the wife of Pennsylvania Rep. Mike Kelly used nonpublic information gained through her husband's position in Congress to purchase stock last year, a likely violation of federal law and House rules.
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In this article, we discuss the 10 high-yield dividend stocks to buy according to Ken Fisher. If you want to skip our detailed analysis of these stocks, go directly to the 5 High-Yield Dividend Stocks to Buy According to Ken Fisher. Ken Fisher is the chief of Fisher Asset Management, a Washington-based hedge fund with […]
Tesla Chief Financial Officer Zachry Kirkhorn said on the earnings conference call that people "want to buy a Tesla right now." The brand has become synonymous with electric vehicles.
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Investors sent Intel stock further into the red as company executives outlined aggressive spending plans on a conference call with analysts. Intel stock (Nasdaq: INTC) was down at times more than 9% despite a mixed third quarter financial performance that saw the company beat expectations on earnings per share. The major sticking point appeared to be around a dip in gross margins that CEO Pat Gelsinger said would be down for two to three years while the company spends to get back to a leading edge product position.
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Kyrsten Sinema's resistance to undoing the Trump tax cuts opens the door to new taxes that could hit billionaires even harder
Democrats are trying to circumvent Sinema in the social spending plan. One tax alternative would pursue massive wealth gains by the rich in the stock market.
The personal finance celeb says borrowers who do this make her "so crazy."