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Fiscal Cliff (2013)

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  • High earner? Here's how the 'fiscal cliff' deal affects you

    High earner? Here's how the 'fiscal cliff' deal affects you
    For better or worse, Marylanders may be more affected by the fiscal cliff tax deal than residents in other parts of the country. Maryland is one of the wealthiest states, and its residents have the nation's highest median income. That means they likely...
  • Obama's lean into GOP territory

    Obama's lean into GOP territory
    Who are these guys? Barack Obama and his agents are looking more and more like Mitt Romney and the Republicans that Team Obama maligned to win the presidential election. I'm not just talking about last week's gone-viral Oval Office photo of senior...
  • Five questions for ... Robin McKinney

    Five questions for ... Robin McKinney
    This is the busiest time of year for Robin McKinney. McKinney is the director and co-founder of the Maryland Creating Assets, Savings and Hope (CASH) Campaign, which provides free tax preparation for low- to moderate-income households in the state....
  • Year-end tax tips - Part Two

    With the end of the year being synonymous with the "fiscal cliff," year-end tax planning has gotten a bit more complicated. However, there are still tried and true year-end moves to make now, which can help lower your tax bill in April. 1. Give...
  • U.S. stocks end higher despite negative news much of year

    U.S. stocks end higher despite negative news much of year
    Despite all the cliff drama in the past week that sent stocks spiraling downward, all three major U.S. stock indices ended the year higher — which might come as a surprise to many investors U.S. stocks rallied Monday in the last hours of trading...
  • Most households will pay thousands of dollars more in taxes if politicians can't compromise

    Most households will pay thousands of dollars more in taxes if politicians can't compromise
    President Barack Obama signaled on election night that he's willing to work with leaders in both parties on deficit reduction and tax reform. And House Speaker John A. Boehner said a day later that Republicans were open to new revenue. Is compromise...
  • The winners and losers of 2012

    Between the presidential election, Washington gridlock over the fiscal cliff and plenty of market gyrations in between, 2012 was a long year. Here are the year's financial winners and losers, as I see them: Winners Diversified investors: Once again, the...
  • Fiscal cliff deal resolved uncertainty for retirement savers

    After months of deadlock in Washington over tax and budget policy, the nation's "fiscal cliff" saga seems to have faded into the background. That's good news for those saving for retirement, as the deal sealed on January 2 removed some uncertainties about...
  • One giant bungee-jump for mankind's budgets

    Now that Congress has bungee-jumped the country off the fiscal cliff -- fixing tax rates only to bounce right back to face spending cuts and the looming debt ceiling -- what does it mean for your individual personal finances? Let me answer by...
  • Consumer confidence up from year ago -- but down from pre-election high

    Consumer confidence up from year ago -- but down from pre-election high
    Consumer confidence in Florida is up from last year but dropped from its pre-election highs of September and October, the University of Florida reported Thursday. Floridians' overall confidence reached a post-recession peak of 80 in the two months...
  • Floridians' consumer confidence drops amid 'fiscal cliff' concerns

    Floridians' consumer confidence drops amid 'fiscal cliff' concerns
    Floridians' consumer confidence fell in November after rising to five-year highs the previous two months, according to a University of Florida survey released Tuesday. Blame the confidence drop on the election and worries that Washington won't come to...