First, Third Picks In NFL Draft Stand To Save Big On State Taxes Every young football player dreams of becoming the first overall pick in the NFL draft. After all, to join a select group of transcendent talents like JaMarcus Russell, David Carr, Tim Couch and Courtney Brown is a virtual guarantee of football immortality.
Should I Gift Money To My Children Now Or Later? Your financial legacy is a reward for a lifetime of hard work and financial success. Many affluent Americans want to give their children money, but aren’t sure about whether to make a living gift or leave money in their estate. This leads to the question: Should I give my children money now or later?
How Elders Are Building New Communities For decades, it’s been easy to answer the question of where we will live as we age. The options were few--our home or our children’s, a nursing home, or some form of large retirement community.
Six Stocks That Benefit From Supremes Gutting Aereo Aereo is looking shaky. And that's great news for the broadcasters whose lucrative retransmission fees it threatens. That is good news for Disney's ABC, Twenty-First Century Fox, CBS, and Comcast's NBC. It might also help Netflix and Amazon.
15 Ways To Invite An IRS Audit There's no reason to pay more tax than is legally required, but there’s also no reason to make yourself a target for an Internal Revenue Service audit or to get your return flagged by the IRS’ computers, which match billions of documents each year. So consider what situations might make you more likely to invite government scrutiny at tax time.