This time of year, “pay me next year” requests are common with employers, suppliers, vendors, customers and more. On a cash basis, you probably assume you can’t be taxed until you receive money. But technically, if you have a legal right to payment but decide not to receive it, the IRS can tax you nonetheless.
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Barry Sternlicht, founder, chairman and CEO of Starwood Capital Group. CNBC | NBCuniversal | Getty Images In Starwood Capital CEO Barry Sternlicht’s view, the Federal Reserve’s ongoing interest rate hikes are driving the U.S. economy straight into a recession. During a session of CNBC’s Financial Advisor Summit on Tuesday, Sternlicht said he thinks that an
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The $100 billion Ohio Teachers pension fund recently responded to a public record request from a former board member indicating it had no records in its possession regarding its cryptocurrency investments. Later, in response to a media inquiry regarding crypto investments identified in its portfolio, officials at the state pension responded, “No comment.” So much
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In the first of a three-episode series, Steven Wlodychak, formerly with EY, discusses the creation of the SALT cap deduction by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act and how states addressed it and other changes. This transcript has been edited for length and clarity. David D. Stewart: Welcome to the podcast. I’m David Stewart, editor
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Chris Ryan | Getty Images Investors are bracing for 2023 amid stock market volatility, rising interest rates and geopolitical risk — with many carrying recession fears into the new year.   But despite economic uncertainty, financial experts point to timely opportunities, urging investors to put cash into the market, rather than leaving it on the sidelines.
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Ascentxmedia | E+ | Getty Images The CEOs of some of the biggest American companies believe the economy may be heading for a recession. “It could be a hurricane,” JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon said on CNBC’s “Squawk Box” on Tuesday morning. Yet financial advisors warn against too much certainty, or pessimism, over what’s next. ‘It’s possible
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It’s that time of year again: The Holidays. As the year starts to wane, the accompanying festivities bring cheer to some hearts and a song to some lips, but it is a knife that cuts deep for others. These holidays are rooted in two things: family and religion. Many Americans believe that those are both
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In any normal year, an accounting or tax firm is a combination financial expert, compliance high-wire walker, strategist, strategic genius, therapist, and factotum extraordinaire. This is not a normal year. Coming in from the heights are the pandemic and ongoing supply chain issues, labor shortages, tax changes still to be seen from the 2017 code
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