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After Tax Season, Beleaguered IRS Must Deal with Overhaul

After Tax Season, Beleaguered IRS Must Deal with Overhaul

By Marcy Gordon | Apr 15
The IRS, pummeled for years by congressional Republicans and funding cuts, faces the challenge of administering the most sweeping overhaul of the U.S. tax code in three decades.

Fly Now, Pay Later: Are Travel Loans A Good Deal?

Fly Now, Pay Later: Are Travel Loans A Good Deal?

By Amrita Jayakumar | Apr 15
What if you could book your trip today and pay for it later - without maxing out your credit cards?

A Smoother Ride for Investors in Shaky Times, But with Risks

A Smoother Ride for Investors in Shaky Times, But with Risks

By Stan Choe | Apr 14
While the stock market was busy heaving up and down in recent months, some funds were offering a steadier, slightly less-nauseating ride.

AP Explains: U.S. Targets Heart of China's Economic Blueprint

AP Explains: U.S. Targets Heart of China's Economic Blueprint

By Joe McDonald | Apr 13
President Donald Trump's threat to hike tariffs on technology imports from China strikes at the heart of Beijing's state-led blueprint for prosperity and restoring the nation's greatness.

Insider Q&A: Equifax's New CEO Talks Rebuilding Trust

Insider Q&A: Equifax's New CEO Talks Rebuilding Trust

By Ken Sweet | Apr 13
Equifax announced last month that Mark Begor, a long-time financial industry executive, would take over as CEO of the company on April 16.

AP FACT CHECK: After Raid, Trump Bursts with Misstatements

AP FACT CHECK: After Raid, Trump Bursts with Misstatements

By Calvin Woodward and Eric Tucker | Apr 12
As it did with an ex-Playmate, the Enquirer signed an ex-doorman to a contract that effectively prevented him from going public with a juicy tale that might hurt Trump's campaign for president.

Amid Trade Fight, Trump Says He'll 'Make It Up' to Farmers

Amid Trade Fight, Trump Says He'll 'Make It Up' to Farmers

By Catherine Lucey and Jonathan Lemire | Apr 11
President Donald Trump acknowledged Monday that farmers could be adversely affected by the escalating tariff dispute with China, but promised to make it up to them, saying they "will be better off than they ever were."

China's President Offers U.S. Possible Trade Concessions

China's President Offers U.S. Possible Trade Concessions

By Joe McDonald and Gillian Wong | Apr 10
Private sector analysts saw Xi's speech as an overture to help end the biggest trade dispute since World War II. It has fueled fears of a global economic chill if other nations respond with their own import barriers.

Assessing the True Value of Tax-Loss Harvesting

Assessing the True Value of Tax-Loss Harvesting

By Jim Royal | Apr 9
Leading automated financial advisers tout daily tax-loss harvesting as a way to significantly increase your returns. But the technique may be more a gimmick than a true advantage.

What's Wrong With Very Low Unemployment? Hawaii Knows

What's Wrong With Very Low Unemployment? Hawaii Knows

By Audrey McAvoy and Christopher S. Rugaber | Apr 8
Are there downsides to a low unemployment rate? In Hawaii, which has the United States' lowest jobless rate at a minuscule 2.1 percent, the answer is yes.

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