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Tax Day 2014: Those Who Escaped

April 15th came and went, with some of us receiving refunds and others writing up a nice check to the federal government for what they

April 21, 2014 Legislation & Policy, News
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Top 5 Surprising Taxable Incomes

Welcome to Trivia Tuesday! Our weekly blog column where we will reveal a few surprising facts about any given subject. We’ve covered anything from the

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Seattle Vs. Uber & Lyft

It seems like government intervention is a recurring trend this year. Last week, the state governments of New Jersey, Texas, Arizona, and Ohio declared war

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The Debt Ceiling (Part I)

The Ceiling is Raised Following the House approval to pass the measure to raise the debt ceiling till 2015 that occured on Tuesday, the Senate

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Private Equity Landscape October 2013

The growing interest in private equity investments has arisen among the institutional investors in the U.S., particularly large endowments and foundations. The most significant reason

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From Modern Portfolio Theory to Pioneering Portfolio Management: The Endowment Model

Implications of Modern Portfolio Theory Traditional and widely used institutional policy portfolios commonly consisted of a majority of U.S. equities and a reciprocal proportion of

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The National Economy

Bernanke’s Biannual Report to Congress This morning, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke made his biannual report to Congress in which he stressed multiple issues concerning

July 17, 2013 Legislation & Policy, News
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Student Loan: a Worthwhile Investment? (Updated)

Updated at 7/10 1:40pm:  Earlier this morning, Senate failed to come to an agreement over a proposal that would have kept current interest rates for subsidized

July 08, 2013 Legislation & Policy, News
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Where to Invest when Interest Rates Could Rise Anytime

Where to Invest When Volatile Asset Bubbles Are Everywhere Optimistic prognosticators are claiming the worst recession in a century is finally beginning to show signs

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Predicted Rise in Equity Investing in Next 12 to 18 Months

The end of 2012 brought some promising trends in the market for equity investors. Investors were cautious with the fiscal cliff approaching on the first

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The Hidden Benefit of Credit Card Interchange Fees

Before credit cards, checks were a common way to buy things. When you buy something with a check, it goes through the Automated Clearing House (ACH)

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Morgan Stanley Fined $5 Million Over Facebook IPO

On Monday, the office of the commonwealth of Massachusetts fined Morgan Stanley $5 million dollars for its role in allegedly artificially driving up the share prices before

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Better For Business: Democrats or Republicans?

Bound to be controversial, a recent analysis of American stock market returns demonstrates that the market performs better under Democratic than Republican presidents. Here’s the

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