Tag: Business/Consumer Services

Are you worrying too much about running out of money in retirement?

This article is reprinted by permission from NerdWallet.  Many U.S. households retire without enough money to maintain their pre-retirement standard of living. Once retired, though, people often reduce their spending enough to make their money last, according to a recent study by David Blanchett, head of retirement research at Morningstar, MORN, +0.02% and Warren Cormier, […]

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No more Mozart? Americans streaming habits reflect what life will sound like after the pandemic

After a year of staying home, the climbing vaccination rates in the U.S. are getting Americans excited to travel, attend concerts and even return to their offices.  But before they ditch their sweatpants and kiss their “pandemic pets” goodbye before spending their first workdays without them, they’re rehearsing what life might feel — and sound […]

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When can I deduct business meal and entertainment expenses under current tax rules?

The federal income tax treatment of business-related meal and entertainment expenses has been a moving target. If you’re confused about what rules currently apply, I don’t blame you. This column aims to eliminate confusion. That’s an optimistic goal, but here goes. A 2020 COVID-19 relief bill made taxpayer-friendly changes A taxpayer-friendly change in the CAA […]

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William Morris parent Endeavor is efforting an IPO again, in spite of COVID disruptions to its key businesses

Endeavor Group Holdings Inc., the Los Angeles–based entertainment powerhouse and owner of the William Morris Agency, sports and modeling agency IMG and mixed-martial-arts outfit UFC, is making a second attempt to go public after filing paperwork with the Securities and Exchange Commission this week. A previous effort to complete an initial public offering was canceled in […]

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