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  • Janna Herron: What it takes to borrow from home equity

    Breaking into the home equity nest egg is becoming a very real possibility for more Americans as home prices rise. But raiding the house bank is not as easy as it was before the recession, and not everyone meets the requirements to borrow from home...
  • Wylys' lawyer warns SEC's $729 million claim would bankrupt them

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - A lawyer for Texas tycoon Sam Wyly and his late brother Charles' estate told a federal judge on Friday that a U.S. securities regulator's demand for $729 million in damages for a fraudulent offshore scheme would "bankrupt" them....
  • PASSINGS: Simin Behbahani, George Hansen, Hashim Khan, Fernand St Germain

     Simin Behbahani Acclaimed poet known as 'lioness of Iran' Simin Behbahani, 87, a famed Iranian poet who wrote of the joys of love, demanded equal rights for women and spoke out about the challenges facing those living in her homeland, died Tuesday in...
  • Man pleads guilty over 'Hot Lips' account used to evade U.S. taxes

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - A Florida man on Tuesday pleaded guilty in New York to criminal charges for concealing as much $1.1 million in offshore accounts, even after learning that U.S. authorities were cracking down on wealthy Americans evading taxes....
  • Foley's death, Fair tax, and uniforms: Letters

    Foley's death, U.S. resolve James Foley, a U.S. citizen and freelance journalist, is dead. While no death is ever pleasant, his was extraordinarily heinous, atrocious and cruel. He knew of his impending execution, and yet faced his fate with the type of...
  • Allentown man pleads guilty in $3M tax refund fraud

    Andy Rodriguez of Allentown made nearly $3 million in less than two years by filing tax returns for other people. The problem, federal authorities say, is those people didn't know about it and the tax returns were fraudulent. Rodriguez, 26, pleaded...
  • Emanuel says Rauner should release tax returns

    Emanuel says Rauner should release tax returns
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel today said GOP governor hopeful Bruce Rauner should release his tax returns, echoing calls from Democratic Gov. Pat Quinn’s campaign. Rauner, a private equity specialist who has put his own net worth at more than $500 million,...
  • Court rulings add urgency to state exchange decisions

    WASHINGTON As states ready their health insurance exchanges for a second open enrollment season in November, many have more to worry about than the computer glitches that plagued them last year. Last month's federal appeals court ruling that said...
  • From hero, to tax cheat, to federal inmate

    From hero, to tax cheat, to federal inmate
    Once hailed as a hero for helping save four lives at sea, Bradley Bowman later became a stunt man and house painter. Friday he took on a new persona: White collar criminal sentenced to a year and a day in federal prison. His downfall: filing two...
  • College alum stands firm: If your want my money, treat me right

    K.S., a reader from the Midwest, "had a great time studying and teaching" at her alma mater, but she whenever she's solicited for donations to the annual fund, she refuses. While K.S. was working on a graduate degree in the mid-1990s, she also taught...
  • Walgreen feared IRS scrutiny if inversion OK'd

    Walgreen feared IRS scrutiny if inversion OK'd
    A seeming parade of U.S. companies has been marching across the Atlantic, reincorporating in Europe to take advantage of substantial corporate tax breaks. Despite a growing drumbeat of criticism from activists and politicians, threats from U.S....