Month: March 2015

Cleveland Rocks

Cleveland, Ohio has historically been one of America’s most populous and productive cities, peaking as the fifth-largest back in 1920. Today, “C-town” is a shadow of its former glory, another Rust Belt factory town, best known for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. But last year, Clevelanders had reason to celebrate once more. Are …

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From Russia With Love

The former Soviet republic of Ukraine has become the world’s hottest military and diplomatic flashpoint as Ukrainian nationalists face off against pro-Russian separatists. Russian President Vladimir Putin courteously waited until after the Sochi Olympics to seize Crimea, than position troops throughout eastern Ukraine. Now he’s announced he’ll withdraw the troops he denied dispatching in the …

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Shocking News

This time of year, taxpayers across America are scrambling to put together their last year’s mileage records. First you’ve got to total up how many miles you drove for your trade or business. Then you’ve got to add up all the costs of operating your vehicle — depreciation, interest or lease payments, gasoline, maintenance and …

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We’re all familiar with the idea of “tax exempt” organizations. The theory here is that some groups serve such valuable roles in society that they should be exempt from income, property, or other taxes. Here in the United States, Internal Revenue Code Section 501 lists 28 categories of exempt organizations, including churches, colleges, charities, social …

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