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  • Pamela Yip: Check out charities before donating to them

    The holiday season beckons us to show others extra-special kindness, especially when it comes to organizations that help the less fortunate. You can tell by the appeals from charities in your mailbox. The sheer volume received around Christmas means that...
  • Female CFOs less inclined to risky business tax-dodging: U.S. study

    Female chief financial officers at U.S. corporations are less likely to adopt high-risk tax-avoidance strategies than their male counterparts, according to a study by an accounting group. The chances that a company would adopt a risky tax shelter were...
  • Dec. 30 Letters: Constitutional convention, White House scandals

    Be careful An Article V convention, now in its latest of many rebrandings, is a danger, and Congress makes the rules for it. States rescind applications for a constitutional convention once it looms. Why? Because it's not our Constitution that needs...
  • Small window of opportunity for IRA charitable rollover

    Giving more while spending less sounds oxymoronic, but some seniors can do just that this year. Congress has passed a last-minute tax break on charitable donations from IRAs for those over 70-1/2. The move restores the ability to donate up to $100,000...
  • Traffic lights, chump and porn: Letters

    Traffic lights, chump and porn: Letters
    Synchronize traffic lights I noted in Monday's Sentinel an article about the Environmental Protection Agency and ozone levels and a comment that one option to reduce ozone levels is to synchronize traffic lights ("Our ozone might top EPA limits")....
  • 10 easy ways to save more in 2015

    10 easy ways to save more in 2015
    Shop around and save. That phrase may seem like a cliche, but it's true. If you apply that simple principle to every purchase and expense you encounter, you could net thousands in savings each year. It's all too easy to automatically mail checks for...
  • Xbox outages, IRS lawsuits, and other year-end drama

    One holiday-shortened week gone, another arrived. Here's a rundown of the Microsoft-flavored news you missed if you had the good fortune to unplug last week: The IRS has sued Steve Ballmer and a slate of other current and former Microsoft executives in...
  • Attorney general's leadership lacking

    Attorney general's leadership lacking
    Eric Holder, the attorney general, announced today that he was treated disrespectfully. Really, he is the first attorney general to be held in contempt of Congress for withholding documents from Congress on the Fast and Furious scandal? He should have...
  • Lehigh Valley theater: What's coming in 2015

    Lehigh Valley theater: What's coming in 2015
    With the start of the new year, a new season of theater begins and there are some pretty exciting productions planned. Touchstone is continuing to explore Bethlehem's connection with China in the epic community performance "Journey from the East." Civic...
  • Harwood Heights police chief warns residents not to fall for "IRS scam"

    Police in Harwood Heights-Norridge are warning residents against sending money to callers posing as collectors from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), following an increase in reports of phone scams targeting residents in Harwood Heights-Norridge and...
  • The U.S. is ending 2014 with a collective 'I can't breathe'

    If you're looking for what to expect next year, look no further than the seeds planted in 2014. It was a year when the country talked more about race and power than it did the year it elected its first black president; when police became a bigger...