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Many Married Couples Gain Under the New Tax Law - WSJ
Tax laws are full of confusing oddities for millions of married couples. But the new law includes important changes that should bring relief for many. via Pocket
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4 days ago by shj333
Common Errors When Buying Insurance - WSJ
When it comes to picking health insurance, many consumers make choices that are detrimental to their financial health and that can cost them hundreds if not thousands of dollars a year. via Pocket
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4 days ago by shj333
Journal Reports: The Wall Street Journal Guide to the New Tax Law -
Lawmakers didn’t repeal the estate tax, but they doubled the exemption, reducing the number of liable estates. Tax overhaul didn’t make big changes to these deductions, but a much larger standard deduction means far fewer filers will choose to itemize. via Pocket
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4 days ago by shj333
Inside Facebook's Hellish Two Years—and Mark Zuckerberg's Struggle to Fix it All | WIRED
For two years, Facebook has been hijacked, vilified, and besieged. Here's the inside story of the struggle.
facebook  interesting  wsj 
5 days ago by Kush131
The Deficit Problem in a Chart - WSJ
The most important thing to understand about the U.S. budget, Donald Trump or no, is illustrated by the nearby chart. Even with Mr. Trump’s modest increases, defense barely rises as a share of federal outlays. In 1989 when the Berlin Wall fell, defense was 26.5% of outlays. In 2019 it will be 15.6%.
deficit  entitlements  spending  wsj 
6 days ago by zheard
Rent Control Needs Retirement, Not a Comeback - Bloomberg
Serial experimentation with this policy has repeatedly shown the same result. Initially, tenants rejoice, and rent control looks like a victory for the poor over the landlord class. But the stifling of price signals leads to problems. Rent control starts by producing some sort of redistribution, because the people with low rents at the time that controls are imposed tend to be relatively low-income.
rent-control  McArdle  WSJ  newyork 
9 days ago by HispanicPundit
Forget the 4% Rule: Rethinking Common Retirement Beliefs - WSJ
When saving for retirement, calculate your “number”—the amount you’ll need without running a big risk of depleting your savings. When in retirement, spend no more than 4% of your initial balance, adjusted annually for inflation. via Pocket
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10 days ago by shj333
Musical Optimism for 2018 - WSJ
Will 2018 continue to build on the best trends of recent years in rock and pop? Popular music is profiting from a seemingly inexhaustible influx of artists who are inclined toward independence. via Pocket
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11 days ago by shj333
Be a Craft-Beer Connoisseur: How to Find the Brews For You - WSJ
GLASSES CLINK over the murmur of barside conversation. A pinball machine pings in the corner. The worn wooden bar is scattered with pint glasses and baskets of popcorn, lit by the flicker of a game on TV. via Pocket
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11 days ago by shj333
How Zero-Based Budgeting Can Help Clients - WSJ
Brian Merrill is partner at Tanglewood Total Wealth Management in Houston. Voices is an occasional feature of edited excerpts in which wealth managers address issues of interest to the advisory community. As told to Alex Coppola. via Pocket
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11 days ago by shj333
Alex Siegman (@alex_siegman) | Twitter
Computational Journalist Specializing in #AI and #ML | Technical Strategist @WSJ | Formerly @AP | Alum @Columbiajourn. All views are my own.
people  dj  ai  ml  wsj 
20 days ago by paulbradshaw
Why Is the Dollar Weak? Because the Rest of the World Is Strong - WSJ
American companies seem to be heeding Donald Trump’s sales pitch—they are rushing to announce investments in the U.S. thanks to tax cuts and deregulation. Yet the dollar is having its worst 12 months since 2011, giving back half the gains it made since it began to soar three years ago. via Pocket
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20 days ago by shj333

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