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  1. 6 Myths About Buying Life Insurance

    Let's talk about your death.Not much of a sales pitch, is it? Yet that's precisely the body under the sheet we're delicately avoiding when we consider buying life in...

  2. EU Leaders Pledge to Ensure All Pay Fair Share of Taxes

    Faced with the fallout of austerity and embarrassing tax-evasion scandals, European Union leaders pledged Wednesday to ensure that everybody--from high-income earner...

  3. Apple's Irish Tax Strategy Explained

    Tim Cook, Apple's chief executive, and Peter Oppenheimer, chief financial officer, are expected to testify before the U.S. Senate Permanent Subcommittee today to dis...

  4. EU Calls for Urgent Action Against Corporate Tax Avoidance

    The European Union called Tuesday for urgent action to prevent companies from using "artificial" measures to avoid tax, after U.S. investigators found that Apple Inc...

  5. Apple Chief Tim Cook Takes on the Senate

    A report from the U.S. Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, led by Sens. Carl Levin (D., Mich.) and John McCain (R., Ariz.), will say Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL)...

  6. Apple to argue for tax reform, defend tax practices on Tuesday

    Apple Inc will argue for comprehensive corporate tax reform when it goes before a Senate subcommittee on Tuesday, becoming the latest technology company to face ques...

  7. Europe pushes Switzerland to end bank secrecy

    European Union finance ministers gave the green light on Tuesday to start talks with Switzerland and Liechtenstein about surrendering bank data, as Europe stepped up...

  8. U.K. Clamps Down on Tax Havens

    The U.K. government has reached agreement with its overseas territories--including the Cayman Islands, Bermuda and the British Virgin Islands--to share information a...

  9. Austria stands alone as EU momentum builds against bank secrecy

    Austria dismissed calls on Friday to follow Luxembourg in ending bank secrecy but pressure grew as a group of Europe's biggest countries prepared to outline plans to...

  10. Austria in Spotlight Over Bank Secrecy

    Austria found itself under pressure to ease its strict banking secrecy laws on Thursday, a day after Luxembourg said it would share information with other European U...

  11. France Threatens to Blacklist Austria

    French Budget Minister Bernard Cazeneuve Thursday warned France may blacklist Austria if the country doesn't agree to an automatic exchange of information to combat ...

  12. Brazil Supreme Court Tax Ruling Has Limited Impact for Vale

    The Brazilian Supreme Court's ruling Wednesday on the fiscal obligations of local companies' foreign units should remove only a small tidbit of mining giant Vale SA'...

  1. Schiff: Wall Street liquored up by the Fed

    FBN’s Liz MacDonald, Value Advisory founder Howard Rosencrans, Emerald Asset Management CEO Joe Besecker and Euro Pacific Capital CEO Peter Schiff discuss the equity markets.

  2. The difference between avoiding and evading taxes

    FBN’s Stuart Varney on the difference between avoiding and evading taxes.

  3. Why Some Folks are Rich, Others Poor in Retirement

    If life were a race to accumulate assets and savings, the winners would be crowned in retirement. With a lifetime to stockpile resources, some seniors' wealth outshi...

  4. Yahoo Shifts Europe Tax Base to Ireland

    Yahoo! Inc is shifting its main European tax base to Ireland from Switzerland, a Reuters examination of company statements and accounts shows, as pressure mounts on ...

  5. Good News! Not Everything is Taxed

    There's not much the Internal Revenue Service doesn't consider taxable income. Of course, there are the standbys: salaries, wages, tips, commissions, interest and di...

  6. Britain plans to name, shame 'cowboy' tax advisers

    British authorities would get the right to name and shame tax advisers who deliberately steer their clients into tax avoidance schemes that are likely to break the l...

  7. Al's Emporium: Barely Biting The Apple

    How much do we love Apple? Let's drag them before a U.S. Senate subcommittee and fawn all over them.Tell them the panel is investigating how Apple legally paid zero ...

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