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1/22/2019

The repeal of the deduction for alimony payments is not the only change in law by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act that will affect planning for a divorce. Find out what else to look for here.

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Tax Insider
1/22/2019

Social Security claiming decisions may be especially important for women, who tend to live longer. Starting the planning process early and waiting to claim benefits past age 62 may lead to better results.

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CNBC
1/22/2019

This photo gallery provides a peek at some of the most interesting new gadgets that are hitting the market.

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Financial Management
1/22/2019

A security researcher drew attention to a collection of almost 773 million personal records, including passwords and email addresses, that hackers had posted online. Using a password manager and two-factor authentication can help to keep hackers at bay.

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MarketWatch
1/22/2019

Most entrepreneurs would rather spend their time bringing their business to life instead of learning about all things finance. Here are 3 reasons why all entrepreneurs should hire a CPA.

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AICPA Insights
1/22/2019

Patel was CFO at Saxo Capital Markets UK.

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Finance Magnates
1/22/2019

Making charitable contributions directly from individual retirement accounts can be an appealing option for clients who are at least 70½, and Michael Landsberg, CPA/PFS, said he saw more clients putting this strategy into practice last year. An alternative for taxpayers of all ages is to start a donor advised fund. Read The Adviser's Guide to Financial and Estate Planning for more tips and in-depth strategies around charitable giving (volume 1 is open to all; other volumes are available to PFP/PFS Section members).

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Money magazine
1/22/2019

Some advisers are communicating via text message to accommodate clients' preferences. However, advisers who do so must be aware of relevant regulatory guidelines as well as potential cybersecurity risks.

1/21/2019

The Internal Revenue Service has provided final regulations for the 20% pass-through deduction outlined in Section 199A of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. Here is an in-depth analysis of the final rules and advice on whether the deduction applies to your business.

1/21/2019

James Niehues has painted 255 trail maps for ski resorts in the past 31 years, including five alone for the Lake Tahoe, Calif., resort called Heavenly. He gets photos to guide his drawings from aerial shots, although he's not much of a skier.

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