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  • Rubblebucket Break Up... And Don't Break Up

    "We started out as romantic partners at the beginning of the album and then we weren't anymore by the end," musician Kalmia Traver says.
  • Most-Overlooked Tax Breaks for the Newly Divorced

    If you're recently divorced, add your tax situation to the long list of complications you need to deal with. For starters, if you haven't already done so, you need to file a new W-4 form with your employer to increase or decrease the amount withheld from your paycheck. But that's not all
  • Floridians expected to get tax break on diapers

    Rarely does any legislature move this quick, but a Florida Senate committee approved a bill Monday that will provide state residents with a sales-tax exemption for diapers. South Florida State Sen. Lauren Book (D-Plantation) co-sponsored the proposal which was unanimously supported by the Commerce and Tourism Committee, reports WJXT. The proposal would allow shoppers to avoid paying sales taxes on diapers, incontinence undergarments, pads and liners. If the bill is passed during the during March...

  • KC referendum seeks cap on development tax breaks

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A citizens petition is asking voters to put a cap on tax incentives for development projects in some areas. Some believe it may impact growth around downtown, one of the areas targeted by the proposal. The chair of the city’s finance committee says construction of the new convention center hotel probably would not be happening if the proposed incentive cap was law at the time. That’s because creating projects downtown and in the Crossroads, where the [

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  • One in seven widows are missing out on valuable tax breaks

    Thousands of widows could be needlessly paying tax on money inherited from lost loved ones, as new data reveals that only a handful claim valuable reliefs on windall Isa savings.

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  • Teachers, EMTs, firefighters and other American heroes deserve a tax break

    Too many of the people who keep our country running have to survive on too little. Let's give them something back.
  • South Korean government gives tax break to blockchain trailblazers

    The South Korean government is giving the blockchain industry a tax break in a bid to help foster innovation in decentralized technologies. The Ministry of Strategy and Finance has announced that blockchain will be included in its amendments to 2018 tax law, which sees companies receive benefits for innovating with certain technologies, reports The News Asia. This means companies developing blockchain technologies will be able to deduct some of the tax from their research and development...

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