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A Very Smart Way To Get A Charity Tax Break

  Grant Webster: Many donors don’t fully appreciate the potential tax savings that can come from charitable giving.  Not only is the timing of the gift important, but how the gift is made, whether in cash or securities, also has an impact on the possible tax benefits. Light: And what...
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Want to make some smart moves while investing? Think Glocal

  In the investing world, sales and product brochures are cleverly laced with data that shows the potential investor exactly what the product manufacturer wants to present. It’s common to see the numbers being picked and chosen to convince someone of the opportunity or the lack thereof. As...
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SEC gets staff recommendation to allow third-party exams

Securities and Exchange Commission Chairwoman Mary Jo White said Tuesday the agency has progressed in its consideration of a rule to allow third-party examinations of investment advisers. “The staff has completed their recommendation [to allow third-party exams]: a proposal which is now with my fellow commissioners,” Ms. White...
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Investment in technology key to CAMS growth: CEO

CAMS manages vast data for mutual funds, private equity, banks, NBFC, insurance companies and even brokerages. As mutual fund investments are long-term in nature, technology platforms business processes and controls are designed to protect the interest of investors. This includes special processes for managing dormant investor accounts, minor...
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Boeing, Lockheed Face Budget Battles Amid ISIS War

Raytheon and Lockheed Martin are two of of the biggest winners in the fight against the Islamic State as defense spending rises, but next year could still see budget pressure on some costly programs. The Air Force has dropped over 20,000 missiles and bombs in its fight against...
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