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  • Ask An Expert Hotline 2014

    Ask An Expert Hotline 2014
    The annual Ask An Expert Hotline drew about 200 people seeking advice about investments, retirement planning and other money matters. The free event is sponsored each year by the Orlando Sentinel and the Central Florida chapter of the Financial Planning...
  • Some Roth IRA losses can be deducted

    Some Roth IRA losses can be deducted
    Q: I purchased a stock in my Roth account, and the value is now zero. Can I deduct this as a loss on my income tax? — J.A., Orlando A Roth IRA losses can be deducted from income when certain conditions are met.  The guidelines can be found in...
  • Husband being hounded to pay debt on car he returned to dealer

    Dear Liz: My husband returned a car to the dealer when he lost his job. Now the company says he owes it more than $7,000 (the difference between what he owed to the dealer and the price for which the car was sold). He refuses to pay any amount, but...
  • L.A. Mayor: Big Budget Tentpoles Will Return With Tax Credit Boost

    Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti predicts that production of three-to-five big budget tentpole pictures -- which have all but disappeared to other states and countries offering generous tax breaks -- will return each year with the California's expanded...
  • Rauner made $60.1 million last year, tax returns show

    Rauner made $60.1 million last year, tax returns show
    Republican governor candidate Bruce Rauner made $60.15 million last year — up from $53 million the year before, according to cover sheets of his tax returns his campaign released Friday. All told, Rauner and wife Diana reported paying $17.25...
  • Review Of Connecticut Taxes A Promising Step

    Review Of Connecticut Taxes A Promising Step
    "Taxes are what we pay for civilized society," Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. once observed. And that is true, as long as taxes are imposed fairly, reasonably and efficiently. Do Connecticut's taxes meet those criteria? Although the system has a...
  • Gillespie: Tax credits, free market over Obamacare

    Gillespie: Tax credits, free market over Obamacare
    RICHMOND — Republican Senate nominee Ed Gillespie on Friday rolled out a long-promised plan to replace the Affordable Care Act, saying he can save the country money and still improve its health system. The plan relies on tiered tax credits, based...
  • Malloy, Foley Square Off in Fourth Debate

    Malloy, Foley Square Off in Fourth Debate
    Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and Republican business executive Tom Foley squared off Thursday in their fourth televised debate, clashing over state employee pensions, taxes, spending, and gun control. In a ballroom at the Connecticut Broadcasters Association...
  • Foley And Malloy Clash In Acerbic Debate

    Foley And Malloy Clash In Acerbic Debate
    HARTFORD — Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and Republican business executive Tom Foley squared off Thursday in their fourth televised debate, clashing over state employee pensions, taxes, spending and gun control. In a ballroom at the Connecticut...
  • EBA asks Greece to tweak law on deferred tax for banks: paper

    ATHENS (Reuters) - The European Banking Authority (EBA) has asked Greece to adjust a recent law that allows its banks to boost their capital base by converting deferred tax assets into tax credits, Greek newspaper Kathimerini said on Thursday. The...
  • UN agency lax over Afghan police fund misspent millions-watchdog

    LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A United Nations agency in charge of administering billions of dollars in aid to Afghan police has come under renewed fire for mismanagement, including a failure to account for $200 million in deductions from a fund...