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Each year, the IRS issues its annual “Dirty Dozen.” This is a list of top scams that taxpayers should be aware of, along with information on how to spot, avoid and report them.
This week, USA TODAY’s Adam Shell announced his retirement as money reporter following Wall Street. On Monday, he shared some parting words for his readers that are good reminders about taking a long-term approach to investing.
Next year, individuals will see an increase in their Social Security benefits.
GDPR became law in the European Union on May 25.
Last week, we sent a notice to clients regarding the Equifax data breach. To read that information, please click here.
Mark Kralj shares a piece by Financial Advisor magazine regarding the need for a power of attorney at the age of 18.
Ralph Cole, CFA, shares Bloomberg data regarding unemployment by state.
Jason Norris, CFA, shares some insight from CNBC on corporate tax inversions.
Liz Olsen shares demographic data from The New York Times.
Josh Frankel, CRPC, shares views from Journal of Financial Planning regarding emergency funds.
Jason Norris, CFA, shares an article from The Wall Street Journal regarding fees.