Monthly Archives: May 2017

Reverse Immigration: How IRS Taxes Giving Up Green Cards

Giving up a Green Card can involve an unpleasant tax surprise. As the IRS continues its war on offshore tax evasion, many expatriates feel caught in the crossfire. U.S. citizens and permanent residents are required to report their worldwide income on their tax returns. They also must report foreign accounts on annual FBARs. If you have a Green Card, you face the same range of tax....More>>>

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Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) has managed to do something few companies can pull off.

It has dramatically changed its direction, while also altering how consumers see its brand. Once, not even all that long ago, asking “Should I buy Microsoft stock?” would have been met with a resounding no since the company seemed stuck in a business model that had become outdated. Now, the question....More>>>

Bitcoin Agreement Promises To Resolve Years-Long Impasse

The bitcoin civil war may have gotten a forceful push toward a solution today as Barry Silbert, head of Digital Currency Group and one of the most influential venture capitalists in the space, announced an agreement for resolving the two-and-a-half-year-long impasse.

The agreement, published in a Medium post titled “Bitcoin Scaling Agreement at Consensus 2017,” is less....More>>>

Could Procter & Gamble be the next Kodak?

CINCINNATI — Whats next for Procter & Gamble?

Like every corporation ever formed, P&G has to adapt or die, or maybe divide, to survive.

More than five years into a turnaround, P&G executives have bet the companys future on a plan to sell off a bunch of small brands to refocus the business on its 65 top-selling labels, including Pampers diapers and Tide detergent.....More>>>

Urban Outfitters Q1 Earnings: Flat Sales and Less Net Income

Mid cap Urban Outfitters, Inc (NASDAQ: URBN)reportedfiscal Q1 2018earnings after the Tuesday market close with total Company net salesbeing flat year over year at$761 million whilecomparable Retail segment net sales, which include the comparable direct-to-consumer channel, decreased 3.1%. By brand, comparable Retail segment net sales increased 1.5% at Free People, but decreased 3.1% at....More>>>