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A fan who caught Aaron Judge's historic circuit could catch a big tax bill

A fan who caught Aaron Judge’s historic circuit could catch a big tax bill

Ken Goldin of Goldin Auctions previews vintage baseball memorabilia up for auction on “Varney & Co.” Cory Youmans may have landed a six-figure tax bill when he caught Aaron Judge’s record-breaking 62nd home run Tuesday night at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas. It all depends on what the vice president of Fisher Investments plans …

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UK tax rollback sends equities and pound rebounding

UK tax rollback sends equities and pound rebounding

Britain abandons small part of tax plan; relieved markets The Reserve Bank of Australia surprises with a short hike high VIX; Credit Suisse shares slide to nerves below SYDNEY, Oct 4 (Reuters) – Asian stocks rebounded on Tuesday after Britain scrapped elements of a controversial tax cut plan, temporarily improving global market sentiment and rallying …

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Energy expert says California's windfall tax is a bad idea

Energy expert says California’s windfall tax is a bad idea

Find out what clicks on FoxBusiness.com California’s imposition of a windfall tax on oil companies would be damaging, according to an energy expert who spoke to FOX Business. California Democratic Governor Gavin Newsom on Friday called for a windfall tax to be levied on profits above a set amount for companies involved in oil extraction, …

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Bank of England moves to calm bond market rout after tax cut storm

Bank of England moves to calm bond market rout after tax cut storm

BoE starts buying bonds, delays gilt sales IMF ‘does not recommend’ policies like UK growth plan Fin min Kwarteng and PM Truss criticized for their politics The British Pound is trading down 0.7% at $1.065 Kwarteng meets bank bosses again LONDON, Sept 28 (Reuters) – The Bank of England sought to quell the firestorm in …

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First-time user tax is in full effect for the first batch of AM5 motherboards

First-time user tax is in full effect for the first batch of AM5 motherboards

Enlarge / The MSI MEG X670E Godlike raises some interesting questions, like “Could God make a motherboard so expensive that even he couldn’t afford it?” MSI Building a PC around a new CPU is expensive at the best of times, and that’s triply true for AMD’s new Ryzen 7000 chips. AMD started with its high-end …

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Here's how persistently high inflation could affect your tax bracket next year

Here’s how persistently high inflation could affect your tax bracket next year

Jamie Grill | Getty Images As Americans grapple with soaring prices, experts say it’s likely we’ll see higher-than-usual inflation adjustments from the IRS for 2023 – covering tax brackets, 401(k) plan contribution limits and more. Embedded in the tax code, these annual IRS changes aim to prevent what’s known as “bracket creep,” when inflation drives …

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Inflation means the IRS may soon change your tax bracket.  Here's what you need to know.

Inflation means the IRS may soon change your tax bracket. Here’s what you need to know.

Each year, the IRS adjusts many provisions to account for the impact of inflation, ranging from individual tax brackets to how much you can save in your Individual Retirement Account, or IRA. With inflation near a 40-year high, experts say major changes are likely to be in store for taxpayers. The IRS is making the …

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EU mulls tax on fossil fuel companies to help consumers survive energy crisis

EU mulls tax on fossil fuel companies to help consumers survive energy crisis

Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register BRUSSELS, Sept 12 (Reuters) – Fossil fuel companies may have to share excess profits to help European households and industries cope with searing energy bills, a draft European Union plan said on Monday as the cost of the West’s “energy war”. with Russia has taken an …

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