SHANGHAI/ BEIJING, March 30- Chinese regulators eased lending and tax policies on real estate on Monday, as Beijing seeks to stop a slide in property prices that has put economic recovery at risk. The People's Bank of China, in a statement on its website, urged financial institutions to support home purchases using a combination of commercial lending and a housing...» Read More
SAN JUAN, Nov 30- Puerto Rico could face a public transportation shutdown starting Monday, as talks go to the wire on approving a controversial crude oil tax hike proposed to shore up the island's finances. In what would be a major escalation of Puerto Rico's debt crisis, the local government is planning to shut down its bus and city train service after Governor...
LIMA, Nov 20- Peru is planning to introduce a law to cut corporate and personal taxes as part of a reform package that analysts welcomed as an "audacious" attempt to revive a slowing economy. The government will submit a bill to Congress that will seek to gradually reduce company income tax to 26 percent by 2019 from the current 30 percent, announced Finance Minister...
WASHINGTON, Nov 14- Credit Suisse AG will face a public hearing over whether or not the U.S. government should allow the Swiss bank to manage Americans' retirement funds after its decision to plead guilty to tax crimes. The U.S. Department of Labor on Friday solicited public input for a Jan. 15 hearing on whether to issue its recommended 10- year exemption for Credit...
NEW YORK, Nov 5- Having your own tax-deferred retirement account is a bit like having one of those self-titrating morphine buttons that hospitals use: Press it whenever you need quick relief. That's especially true for early retirees trying to decide when to start Social Security, how to pay for health care and more. If you are buying your own health insurance via...
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