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2/20/2018

A retiree who feels adrift in a life without employment might be able to find fulfillment through freelance work, a short-term position or consulting.

2/20/2018

Outstanding credit card debt exceeded $1 trillion last year, according to the Federal Reserve. Here is a look at six types of expenditures that should not be put on credit cards.

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2/20/2018

The value of deals prohibited or abandoned because of antitrust concerns from regulators worldwide climbed to $162.9 billion in 2017 from $86.5 billion in 2016, according to Allen & Overy.

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2/20/2018

Many clients appreciate advisers who include charitable giving with financial planning. Here's how to incorporate this service into your practice.

2/20/2018

Being able to influence people is a valuable skill, one that doesn't require a formal title. Here are tips on how to become more influential within your organization.

2/20/2018

Take a tour of eight noteworthy new features in the subscription-based Office 365 version of Word 2016.

2/20/2018

Tax implications are often an afterthought of restructuring, but the recent tax law should remind companies an examination of tax implications should precede sweeping organizational change. Restructuring should take into account tax laws of every location in which a corporation operates, including origins of the supply chain.

2/20/2018

The government spending bill Congress has agreed to this month includes a provision to set up a committee to address financial problems facing multiemployer pension plans.

2/20/2018

Larkin is a senior partner at Deloitte.

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2/20/2018

Indian state-owned lender Punjab National Bank says it has lost $1.77 billion through fraudulent transactions, and the Reserve Bank of India blames the situation largely on poor internal controls. Some observers have also questioned the quality of audits of the state-run bank.