Tracking your small business expenses gives you a better understanding of how you're managing your money and could help you get some cash back. There are three main reasons why you need to keep tabs on your small business expenses.
As a parent, its difficult to navigate the toy store or the candy aisle at the grocery store -- the inability to say "no" -- and mean it - could be setting children up for self-control problems and a world of financial pain.
Take a look at your e-mail folders. You probably haven’t given them much thought over the years. But marketing consultant Zach Hanlon says on Fast Company that you should reconsider your arrangement, and opt for five main folders.
Larry Fink, the chief executive at BlackRock, which with $5.1 trillion is the world's biggest investor, just sent his annual letter to chief executives at S&P 500 companies and large European corporations.
Fink focused on how to think long-term in this "new world" that has negated all the assumptions investors had a year ago about, for example, who would be the US president.
President Trump’s administration is exploring the option of levying a tax on U.S. imports from Mexico. White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer told reporters Thursday that the tax could be as high as 20%. Such a hefty burden could impact United States' trade with its third largest trade partner, which exports everything from cars to televisions, fresh fruits to beer, and crude oil to edible oil.
The most frequent question tax advisors hear from taxpayers is 'What's my tax bracket?' The answer is, 'It depends.' It is not as simple, straight forward, and even understandable as it used to be.
After 2 years of unduly low inflation in the rich world, things are picking up. That is good news. The story for 2017 is not of inflation running too hot but rather of a welcome easing of fears of deflation.
The best bits from Bloomberg Television's coverage of the second day of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
Did you ever think about why some older people stay mentally nimble while others do not? The term "superagers" has been coined to describe older people who's memory and attention are equivalent to that of an active 25-year-old. See how MRI scans of 17 superagers compare with those of other people the same age.
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On Friday, a Reuters poll showed that the U.S. dollar will keep strengthening against the euro based on expectations that President-elect Donald Trump's planned tax cuts will raise interest rates.