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author: David Arnstein posted 10-17-2015I have the latest version of Quicken Premier and I use one-step update almost every day, for multiple accounts. More than half of the time, one or two accounts fails to update, and Quicken tells me... read more »
author: saintrambone posted 02-06-2016If you are a new hire accountant do not work for government where trillions are involved On deregulation day 1999 we were stunned likely injected robbed and some may be dead. On the earth humans ... read more »
author: renormalize posted 12-29-2015I am age 65 (DOB 10/01/1950) and my wife is 63 (DOB 10/23/1952). Prior to the November 2 changes to the Social Security law, our preferred plan had been for my wife to claim her benefit in June 2016... read more »
author: Forex AutoTrading Service posted 01-24-2016Hello, Please get details at https://twitter.com/forexengines/status/690957073119645696 Tiny URL: http://tinyurl.com/jj3jcrz Thanks! read more »
author: honda.lioness posted 02-07-2016Can a lower income client (say about $15,000 of Sch C reported net income in 2015) open a Roth IRA right now; contribute say $1000 to it; claim the Form 1040 Retirement Savings Contribution Credit of... read more »
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