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  • Real Estate Implications of the Health Care Bill

    Blog sponsored by Becker & Poliakoff In 2010, President Obama signed into law the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010.  One of the stated goals of the bill is to increase the number of Americans covered by health insurance.  In order to...
  • Newport News police warning residents of prepaid card scams

    Newport News police warning residents of prepaid card scams
    NEWPORT NEWS—Newport News police are warning residents after a recent spike in reported scams involving prepaid money cards. In many cases, someone calls claiming to be a representative from a utility company, like Dominion Virginia Power or...
  • Thomas Sowell: Thoughts on Obama, Israel, politics, and spread of Ebola

    Random thoughts on the passing scene: I don't know why we are spending our hard-earned money paying taxes to support a criminal justice system, when issues of guilt and innocence are being determined on television — and even punishment is being...
  • 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...
  • Dozier, hindsight, and patriotism: Letters

    'I wished I would [die]' When I was 5 years old, I stood on the corner of Orange Avenue and Church Street and sold the Orlando Evening Star newspaper. It was a nickel back then. I graduated to a paper route in Azalea Park. That was 68 years ago. I...
  • Stern Advice: Fall means it's time to hit the (tax) books

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - When everyone else starts loading their backpacks and shopping the back-to-school sales, I know it is time for me to dive back into TurboTax. That's because fall is the perfect time to plan my approach to the tax forms I won't...
  • How some of Illinois' largest companies cut their taxes

    How some of Illinois' largest companies cut their taxes
    The United States generally taxes the income of large corporations at 35 percent, one of the highest rates in the world. It has spurred companies such as Lake Forest-based Hospira to enter talks to buy a French company in a deal that would enable the...
  • 10 financial 'rules' you should start breaking now

    You should always max out your 401(k) and save for your kid's college education in a 529 plan, right? Maybe not. Most experts have long touted a number of practices that may actually be working against you. These are the top 10 money rules you should...
  • Parent should take care in transfer of house to child

    Parent should take care in transfer of house to child
    By Ilyce Glink and Samuel J. Tamkin Q: I am 63 and downsizing to a condominium, and want to sell my present house to my daughter and her husband. They have no money for a down payment but are able to pay $1,200 in rent, so we are considering a lease-...
  • Who is whistle-blower David Danon, who is suing Vanguard?

    Who is David Danon, and what drove him to take on his old bosses at Vanguard Group Inc., alleging that its nearly $3 trillion in assets were built on an illegal tax strategy? The son of a refugee from Bulgaria, Danon got in scraps as a schoolboy in...
  • Contract to Cheat: A massive labor-fraud scheme, under the government's nose

    It's a widespread practice in the construction industry: Companies list workers as contractors instead of employees. Known as misclassification, it enables companies to beat competitors and cut costs, avoid state and federal taxes, and deprive workers...