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How Disney Could Regain The Trust Of Its Lost Conservative Fans |  The daily thread

How Disney Could Regain The Trust Of Its Lost Conservative Fans | The daily thread

Disney’s new chief executive shocked the business community last week by admitting the company’s previous opposition to Florida parental rights legislation was a mistake. In a town hall with employees, new Disney CEO Bob Iger expressed regret that his predecessor and future successor, Bob Chapek, positioned the company against legislation that prohibits the teaching of …

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How to make the most of the new rules for charitable donations

How to make the most of the new rules for charitable donations

The investment information provided on this page is for educational purposes only. NerdWallet does not provide advisory or brokerage services, and does not recommend or advise investors to buy or sell particular stocks, securities or other investments. Most people no longer get a tax deduction when donating to charity. This shouldn’t stop you from donating, …

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Texas Subpoenas and Hearings Scheduled for BlackRock: 'Playing Politics Using Texans' Hard-Earned Money' |  The daily thread

Texas Subpoenas and Hearings Scheduled for BlackRock: ‘Playing Politics Using Texans’ Hard-Earned Money’ | The daily thread

Texas lawmakers have scheduled a hearing next week with asset management firms on alleged ideologically motivated mismanagement of taxpayers’ money. Four months ago, the Texas Senate State Affairs Committee requested documents from BlackRock, Vanguard, State Street and Institutional Shareholder Services regarding corporate promotion of the environmental, social and governance movement, also known as name of …

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Liz Weston: Make the most of the new charitable giving rules

Liz Weston: Make the most of the new charitable giving rules

At LIZ WESTON or NerdWallet Most people no longer get a tax deduction when donating to charity. This shouldn’t stop you from donating, but you may want to change your approach. Generally, only taxpayers who itemize deductions can write off charitable contributions. The vast majority of taxpayers take the standard deduction instead, which was nearly …

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Can't max out your IRA by the end of 2022?  Here's why you don't have to worry

Can’t max out your IRA by the end of 2022? Here’s why you don’t have to worry

(Maurie Backman) When it comes to retirement savings, IRAs are a mixed bag. On the plus side, they usually come with more investment options than you’ll find in a 401(k) plan. For example, with IRAs, you can invest in individual stocks, whereas 401(k) plans generally don’t let you do that. But picking stocks by hand …

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There's Bad News About the Big Social Security Rise of 2023

There’s Bad News About the Big Social Security Rise of 2023

(Christy Biber) Social Security retirees will get a huge increase in benefits in 2023. Their monthly checks will increase by 8.7%. This increase in benefits is the largest annual increase in pension payments in the past four decades. Seniors may be delighted to see their payments increase so much. But there’s some really bad news …

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On social security and the return to work?  Prepare for that unwanted surprise

On social security and the return to work? Prepare for that unwanted surprise

(Maurie Backman) If you’re a retiree struggling to make ends meet in the face of inflation, you’re definitely in good company. The cost of living has skyrocketed over the past year and although inflation is showing signs of easing, much progress still needs to be made before people see any noticeable relief. You might especially …

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Here's the Biggest Problem With Working After Claiming Social Security

Here’s the Biggest Problem With Working After Claiming Social Security

(Keith Speights) Americans can start receiving monthly Social Security retirement checks as early as age 62. However, that doesn’t mean you actually have to retire. Lots of people love what they do for a living. They like the idea of ​​staying busy and earning money while receiving an extra amount from Social Security. But there …

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