Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin As we enter tax season 2023, you may wonder how long you should keep your old tax returns and other paperwork associated with filing your taxes. For those with hard copies of your taxes, you might wonder if you can scan them. Or do you need to keep hard copies? Keep reading as we share how long you should keep your old taxes and how to get them out of your way, hopefully. How long do you need to keep old tax records, receipts, and total tax returns (state and federal)? Another common question is how to safely store these tax docs without feeling like you are living like a hoarder. While providing tax-planning guidance over the years, I've met several people with countless boxes full of old receipts, documents, and tax returns. While some tax documents needed to be kept, most could have been shredded and thrown away long ago. What Does The IRS Say About Keeping Old Tax Returns? According to the Internal Revenue … [Read more...] about How Long Should You Keep Old Tax Returns?
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SK Biopharm starts phase 3 trials of epilepsy treatment
SK Biopharmaceuticals logo SK Biopharmaceuticals began global Phase 3 clinical trials of carisbamate, its candidate to treat symptoms of Lennox-Gastaut syndrome (LGS), the company said Thursday. Trials will be conducted on 250 children and adults who suffer from LGS in 60 institutions in the United States and European countries. LGS is a type of epilepsy. Patients with LGS experience many different types of seizures including tonic stiffening of the body. There is no cure for the disorder. Around 48,000 children and adults in the United States have LGS and around 1 million worldwide. The Pangyo, Gyeonggi-based biopharmaceutical company said carisbamate has received Orphan Drug Designation (ODD) from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. The FDA grants ODD status to drugs intended for the safe and effective treatment of rare diseases and disorders. ODD status provides certain benefits, including a seven-year period of market exclusivity if the drug is approved, as well as … [Read more...] about SK Biopharm starts phase 3 trials of epilepsy treatment
Disney World Hosting Gay Rights Summit Following Clash With DeSantis
Disney World will host an LGBTQ+ conference on the heels of Disney’s high-profile conflict with Republican Florida Governor Ron DeSantis over LGBT issues in the state. Out & Equal, the organization behind the LGBT conference, describes itself as, “the premier global nonprofit organization working exclusively on LGBTQ+ workplace equality.” Their stated goal is to “transform” the work environment, “inspire” new leaders, and facilitate “systemic change.” Out & Equal claims that roughly 5,000 people attend the event annually and that diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) and human resources professionals will be present. “Over more than 20 years, Summit has grown to become the preferred place to network and share strategies that create inclusive workplaces, where everyone belongs and where LGBTQ+ employees can be out and thrive,” Out & Equal explains on its website . Disney will host a major conference promoting LGBTQ rights in the workplace this September, … [Read more...] about Disney World Hosting Gay Rights Summit Following Clash With DeSantis
Baseball’s Most Valuable Teams 2023: Price Tags Are Up 12% Despite Regional TV Woes
Last season’s record revenue for Major League Baseball translates into all-time-high valuations for its teams. By Mike Ozanian and Justin Teitelbaum T he eroding economics of regional sports networks made little difference: Major League Baseball teams are still hot assets. Before Arte Moreno pulled the plug on selling his Los Angeles Angels in January, he would have gotten at least $2.7 billion, or $280 million more than the MLB record $2.42 billion that Steve Cohen paid for the New York Mets in 2020, according to people familiar with the sale process. The average MLB team value is up 12% this year, to $2.32 billion. During the 2022 season, revenue (net of stadium debt service) increased 7.8%, to an all-time high of $10.3 billion. The top-line gain was driven by a 64% increase in ticket revenue (including postseason and spring training), to $2.4 billion (the 2021 season started with nearly all ballparks under capacity restrictions) and a 35% increase in … [Read more...] about Baseball’s Most Valuable Teams 2023: Price Tags Are Up 12% Despite Regional TV Woes
Bankers Say Jeffrey Loria Floating $1.7 Billion Price For Miami Marlins
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin WASHINGTON, DC - OCTOBER 02: Tomas Telis #18 of the Miami Marlins celebrates with Ichiro Suzuki #51 ... [+] after hitting his first career major league home run in the fifth inning against the Washington Nationals (Photo by Greg Fiume/Getty Images) The latest buzz among sports bankers is that the Miami Marlins can be had for $1.7 billion. Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria is an art dealer who originally became a baseball owner with a relatively small investment —$30 million—in the Montreal Expos--and was part of the controversial deal put together by then MLB commissioner Bud Selig that saw Loria swap his ownership of the Expos for the Marlins so that John Henry could unload the Marlins and purchase the Boston Red Sox. In March we valued the Marlins (and the economics of their stadium) at $675 million, 29th out of the league's 30 teams. The Marlins had attendance of only 1.75 million in 2015, 28th in MLB, … [Read more...] about Bankers Say Jeffrey Loria Floating $1.7 Billion Price For Miami Marlins
Ask Larry: Will My Wife’s Social Security Spousal Benefit Be 50% Of Mine At 65?
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Today's Social Security column addresses questions about how spousal benefit rates are calculated, how continuing to work can affect benefit rates and when survivor's benefits can become available. Larry Kotlikoff is a Professor of Economics at Boston University and the founder and president of Economic Security Planning, Inc. See more Ask Larry answers here . Have Social Security questions of your own you’d like answered? Ask Larry about Social Security here . Will My Wife's Social Security Spousal Benefit Be 50% Of Mine At 65? Hi Larry, I am 68 and collecting my Social Security retirement benefit. My wife turns 65 this year and has been collecting her retirement benefit since she turned 62. Will she be able to get a spousal benefit that will be half of my benefit starting this year? My benefit well over twice hers. Thanks, Stan Hi Stan, The percentage of your benefit rate that your … [Read more...] about Ask Larry: Will My Wife’s Social Security Spousal Benefit Be 50% Of Mine At 65?
Former Thai model arrested for scamming victims out of 100 million baht online
Police arrested a former Thai model for creating an online investment scam that stole over 100 million baht from victims. According to the Bangkok Post, Wetika Jaija was arrested in the San Sai district of Chiang Mai at a residential address. The 30 year old Wetika was charged with obtaining loans amounting to public cheating, entering false computer system data into a computer system and fraud. Police say she lured victims into investing in a Ponzi scheme and promised them a 100% return on their investments. She allegedly claimed she had won a world-class trading competition and posted photos of luxury cars and a house on her Facebook page. Initially, her promise was kept as victims received consistent dividends, but then she pulled out and disappeared. More than 100 people transferred money to Wetika but realised something was amiss as she took down her social media accounts and halted the payouts. Related news Thai pervert jailed for 2 years for … [Read more...] about Former Thai model arrested for scamming victims out of 100 million baht online