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Published in 30-5-2015
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Hosted by Advanced Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor and Intuit Solutions Provider. 4-6 p.m., Hodgson CPA, 22762 Westheimer Parkway, Suite 555, Katy. Presented by Women's Business Enterprise Alliance. Tax and Immigration Consequences for Foreign Nationals: Ajmal A. Rahim, senior counsel of Chamberlain Hrdlicka, will discuss immigration compliance and enforcement matters, and address the tax ...>>
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Galleria mall floods due to Houston storms
Business
Published in 30-5-2015
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The Galleria area was hit by flooding overnight that swept through the Houston area, stalling many cars and flooding the mall's parking garages.

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Wealth in retirement can be rather thin
Business
Published in 30-5-2015
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Are we heading toward a retirement crisis, or not? Earlier this year, three researchers examined the scope of the estimates. On the optimist side, economists William Gale, John Karl Scholz and Ananth Seshadri found that only 26 percent of American households were inadequately prepared for retirement. Things like mortgages, raising kids, education and the employment tax, which we don't pay ...>>
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The Motley Fool: By the way, what's a buy-side analyst?
Business
Published in 30-5-2015
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Buy-side analysts work in-house for institutions such as mutual funds and pension funds, studying possible investments and recommending purchases or sales of various securities. Today, I'm a leading owner-operator of more than 200 golf and country clubs, business clubs, sports clubs and alumni clubs in 26 states and beyond. Shares of online travel giant Priceline (Nasdaq: PCLN) dropped r ...>>

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The stealth tax on retiree income
Business
Published in 4-3-2014
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When Social Security was created, one of the fundamental promises was that benefits would never be taxed. The taxation of Social Security benefits is entirely a tax on middle-class people who happen to be retirees. [...] let's see how a tax bill changes by comparing taxes for normal taxable income - such as pensions, retirement account distributions, and interest. According to the Social S ...>>
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Stock market activity this week
Business
Published in 4-3-2014
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Increased dividends Computer Task Grp .06 from .05 First Financial Nwst .05 from .04 Fortress Invest .08 from .06 Infinity Prop Cas .36 from .30 Ryman Hosp Prop .55 from .50 Scorpio Tankers .08 from .07 Melco Crown Entert ADS .3441 Suspended or omitted Dividend Equal Energy Ltd Declared stock splits Stock splits this week Annual earnings higher GAAP fully diluted Target Corp 3.07 vs ...>>
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Business calendar
Business
Published in 4-3-2014
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Women's Council of Realtors: "Building a Better Business 2014" event. 12:30 p.m., Admiral Room at Endeavour Marina. Four hours of training with business coach Jase Souder, followed by a happy hour and a hypnotist show. Worldwide Employee Benefits Network: Employer strategies for health care reform. Asian Chamber of Commerce: Betty Lo, vice president public affairs, Nielsen Co. Topic: H ...>>
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Small-business Q&A: Do your homework before your first hire
Business
Published in 4-3-2014
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First determine what type of employee would be the most beneficial. Do you need someone to help with the administrative tasks, someone to generate more sales, or someone to give you a hand with the work you do? Pay particular attention to cash flow. USA Today columnist and small-business expert Rhonda Abrams has published a "Hire Your First Employee" guide that you can download for free at http ...>>
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Forbes list has 14 Houston billionaires
Business
Published in 4-3-2014
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Forbes magazine's annual list of billionaires came out Monday with two new local names but missing a pair of perennials well known to Houstonians for decades. George Mitchell and Kenneth "Bud" Adams Jr., oilmen best known for their more public endeavours - Mitchell developed The Woodlands and Adams owned the Houston Oilers, a football team he eventually moved to Tennessee - were among 16 ...>>

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