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Expatriate Americans are renouncing their citizenship in record volumes because of increasingly onerous tax-filing requirements.
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Carriers' financing plans and early upgrades may offer better deals for consumers upgrading to the iPhone 6.
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Family business owners with complex familial and financial concerns can vet potential advisors by asking the right questions.
Advisors focusing on women clients only are seeing big returns, as studies show a growing number of females beginning to outearn men.
U.S. employers are planning to give raises averaging 3% next year, against 2.9% in 2014 and 2013, according to a survey of nearly 1,100 companies.
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