Personal Finance

“It’s hard to do these types of big-dollar transactions under the best of circumstances,” said J.R. Lanis, a partner at the Los Angeles office of national law firm Drinker Biddle. “If you bring in smaller investors, it’s a coordination nightmare.” Generally speaking, private companies are allowed to have up to 2,000 regular shareholders without triggering
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When it comes to choosing a college, affordability is now one of the most important criteria for families. But crossing off a pricey private school could be a big mistake. It’s true that public schools charge less than half as much, on average. At public, four-year institutions, the cost for the 2017-18 school year was
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GoBankingRates compared average expenses for people age 65 and older, including groceries, housing, utilities, transportation and health care, in every state to come up with how long a nest egg of $1 million would really last during retirement. The report did not take into account investment income over that period. The results found that almost
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Don’t leave your boss and co-workers in the lurch, Sutton said. Try to figure out a way to at least complete your current assignments. You might even want to train your replacement, Sutton said. If you do, consider checking in with the person who takes over for you every few weeks to make sure all
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Archive Photos | Getty Images American actress Vera Miles stars as Lila Crane in the horror classic ‘Psycho’, directed by Alfred Hitchcock, 1960. With individual tax rates down, a new boogeyman is haunting investors: inflation worries. Those were the findings from the American Institute of CPAs’ Personal Financial Satisfaction Index, which measures investors’ “financial pleasure”
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For the average American, rising inflation, which pushed the central bank into hiking rates back in 2015, isn’t necessarily bad. It’s generally considered an indication that the economy is doing well, and paves the way for raises and a better return on your savings. However, in daily life, higher interest rates mean that you’ll have
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