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Cal Poly Pomona Tax Expert Warns of Filing Scams

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Consumer Reviews Reveal Positive Experience in Renting Formal Dresses

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More and more consumers are going online to rent clothing, particularly formal dresses. An Iowa State researcher says judging from online reviews, consumers are embracing the rental experience for prom, charity balls and other formal occasions.

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UNH Research Finds Involuntary Part-Time Employment Remains High

Although unemployment overall has returned to its pre-recession level, involuntary part-time employment is still above its pre-recession level, according to new research released by the Carsey School of Public Policy at the University of New Hampshire. If the rate continues this pace of decline, it will not return to its pre-recession level until 2018, a full nine years after the official end of the recession.

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A 'Game-Changing' Election and the Likely Path Forward for Investors

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Nick Sargen, an economist and Darden lecturer, discusses the U.S. investing landscape post-presidential election and four key issues investors will be watching.

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Study Finds One Secret to Successful Schools That Costs Nothing

Most factors that help make schools successful cost lots of money - think teachers, technology and textbooks.But a new study suggests one factor that doesn’t need any cash to implement can play an important role in helping students succeed at even the most disadvantaged schools.That factor is what scientists call social capital.

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Amazon will start collecting sales tax in most states but there are loopholes — a comp. advantage worth billions. Expert available to explain

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Older Entrepreneurs an Untapped Force for Economic Stability

The number of older adults who are self-employed outweighs that of young adults, suggesting that people of 50 years and older still have a significant role to play in economies around the world—this according to a new Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) Special Report on Senior Entrepreneurship.

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UVA Darden Expert Comments on Economic Losses with Trump Environmental Policies

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Increasing Savings at Tax Time

Motivational prompts to save tax refunds and suggested savings amounts for the tax refund can increase saving among low- and moderate-income households, finds a new experimental study from the Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis.The study was conducted as part of the Refund to Savings Initiative, a collaboration of academic researchers and tax industry experts from the Center for Social Development at the Brown School, Duke University and Intuit Inc.

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Work in the US: The Tenuous Present and Uncertain Future

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Dave Hendrick has captured insights shared at the Miller Center’s forum “From Unions to Uber — the Future of Work in America” by UVA Darden Professor and Dean Emeritus Bob Bruner and Chris Lu, senior fellow at the Miller Center and former deputy secretary of labor in President Obama’s administration.







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