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11/12/2018

SoftBank, the domestic telecommunications business of Japan's SoftBank Group, has been approved to conduct a $21 billion initial public offering on the Tokyo Stock Exchange with a listing that takes effect Dec. 19, according to a document filed with the Ministry of Finance. Shares will be priced Dec. 10.

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Reuters
11/12/2018

This tech trick will help you make a list of your Excel workbook's worksheet names without having to retype them.

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Microsoft
11/12/2018

Rolling over 401(k) or 403(b) plans into an IRA is often a good idea after changing jobs. Here is a look at potential advantages as well as factors to weigh before performing such a rollover.

11/12/2018

Making assumptions during the Medicare open enrollment period can lead to problems. Here are three misconceptions to avoid.

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CNBC
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Medicare
11/12/2018

The new lowered corporate tax rate will probably lead to more C corporations and a resulting increase in taxpayers' interest in the 100% exclusion on gain from the sale of qualified small business stock. Find out how to qualify.

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The Tax Adviser
11/12/2018

Being able to present compelling stories that illustrate your success can give you an advantage over other candidates during job interviews.

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Financial Management
11/12/2018

Even talented workers may have their career progression halted by issues such as poor peer relationships or inadequate executive presence. These types of issues can be fixed, but there is often a breakdown during the feedback process.

11/12/2018

The Securities and Exchange Commission issued an alert on business email compromise schemes, and your small business clients should take note. These scams can have devastating impacts on companies. Heed these suggestions, courtesy of the AICPA's Forensic & Litigation Services Fraud Task Force.

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AICPA Insights
11/12/2018

Tebbutt was CFO of Brookfield Properties' US retail business and Brookfield Infrastructure's Asia Pacific operations.

11/12/2018

Clients can manage their prescription drug costs by choosing the right Medicare Part D plan and comparison shopping to find the lowest drug prices. Monthly premiums are not the only thing that matter when selecting a plan: Clients should also consider factors such as whether their favorite pharmacy is in network or out of network. Take a conversation on prescription costs further by using this tool (free for PFP/PFS Section members) to help clients plan for their health care expenses in retirement.

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CPA Insider