7 Key Rules About 1031 Exchanges -- Before Theyre Repealed
(Forbes) - A 1031 exchange, also called a like-kind exchange or a Starker, is a swap of one business or investment asset for another. Do it right, and there is no tax. You change the form of your investment without cashing out or paying tax. And like a 401(k), that allows it to continue to grow tax-deferred.
20 Questions about Reverse Mortgages: What CPAs Need to Know
(CPA Journal) - The reverse mortgage is becoming a popular financial planning tool, especially for retired individuals with limited savings. This article answers common questions about reverse-mortgage transactions that CPAs might encounter when helping homeowners make important financial planning decisions.
Best Business Schools 2015
(US News and World Report) - For students interested in starting a career in business, finding the right school is important.These 20 schools consistently outperform their peers, earning a top spot in the U.S. News Best Business Schools rankings.
FASB Takes Step Forward in Streamlining of Disclosures
(JofA) - On Tuesday, FASB issued a proposed concepts statement that would help the board create a process for identifying relevant information—and the limits on information—that should be included in notes to financial statements.
Connected Cars Shift Into High Gear
(PC Mag) - Your next car may very well be a connected one. After years of expensive, experimental tech that you could only find on the priciest luxury models, you can now buy cars at regular, mainstream prices that are loaded with next-generation safety and infotainment technology.
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