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This Week’s Top 10 Videos

Miss out on business news this week? Fret Not. Here are the top 10 videos from this week:

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This Week’s Top 10 Videos

Toyota Faces Post-Recall Complaints – Week in Review

Toyota reviews complaints of post-repair acceleration problems in its vehicles. And the Dow moves back to black territory for 2010.

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Toyota Faces Post-Recall Complaints – Week in Review

Age Impacts Roth IRA Conversion Debate

I’m 64 years old. Does it make any sense for me to pay a large amount in taxes to consider a Roth IRA conversion this year?

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Age Impacts Roth IRA Conversion Debate

Retirement Advice: What Ward Told the Beaver About Savings

Today we need to take Ward’s advice, fellow Baby Boomers. The lessons he set out to teach his sons (and us) way back then still hold true today. We must treat our nest eggs as gold – and use complete discretion at all times when withdrawing funds for living expenses.

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Retirement Advice: What Ward Told the Beaver About Savings

Home Office can Have Hidden tax Costs

Despite assurances from the IRS that writing off home office expenses won’t automatically prompt a visit from a tax examiner, the perception persists that the deduction is an audit red flag.

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Home Office can Have Hidden tax Costs

How Your DDI Ratio Impacts Loan Chances, Rates

So how is DDIR different from your DTI? You don’t pay off your debt with pre-tax income. Your disposable income is defined as your income remaining after federal, state and local taxes.

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How Your DDI Ratio Impacts Loan Chances, Rates

Fed Raises Key Interest Rate

Federal Reserve raises its discount rate, but says move does not signal change in its outlook for the economy
New Jobless Claims Spike Unexpectedly
Study: States Must Fill $1 Trillion Pension Gap

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Fed Raises Discount Rate; Fed Funds Rate Unchanged

The Fed said the move, along with other recent modifications to its credit programs, does not signal a change in its outlook for the economy or for monetary policy, and the more important fed funds rate remains in its range of 0% to 0.25%.

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Fed Raises Discount Rate; Fed Funds Rate Unchanged