1. What Religion Tells Us About the Fiscal Cliff

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    As President Obama and Congressional leaders inch toward an agreement to avert the "fiscal cliff," the Rev. James Forbes, the president and co-founder of The Healing of the Nations Foundation and former senior minister of Riverside Church, says that "the vision of the Almighty" must dictate how we look at the nation's tax code. We must, he says, formulate policy that ensures that the basic necessities of all our citizens are met.

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    • Video Market Commentary, December 2012, Issue 1

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      • How the Fiscal Cliff May Effect Retirement Financial Advisor Roy Harrison Kansas City

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        The U.S. "fiscal cliff" is bad news for retirement security - whether we fall off it or not. If the White House and Congress don't steer clear of the cliff, taxes on income and investments will jump, beginning January 1. And if a deal is reached in Congress, it could herald entitlement benefit cuts, higher Medicare premiums for the rich and even caps on pre-tax 401(k) contributions. How can retirement savers protect themselves? Kansas City Financial Advisor Roy Harrison says it may be a good idea to mitigate risk until we know what will happen. The Bush tax cuts play the starring role in the fiscal cliff drama. They impact a large part of our tax code, and if they expire as scheduled on December 31, various rates will jump. For retirement savers, the worries center on possible hikes in tax rates on income, capital gains and dividends.

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        • What the Fiscal Cliff Means to You Retirement Planner David Templeton Little Rock Arkansas

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          David@AdageFinancial.com If Congress does nothing to address the “fiscal cliff” of expiring federal tax cuts and new tax hikes, your paycheck will shrink significantly in January. The Tax Policy Center estimates “middle-income taxpayers” would have to pay an average of $1,984 a year more in federal taxes, or more than $38 a week. Include those of other incomes and the average tax hike would be nearly $3,500 a year, or more than $66 a week for nearly 90 percent of American households. Financial & Retirement Planner David Templeton in Little Rock Arkansas says this could have a negative effect on retirement income.

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          • EL RESCATE (Enhanced)

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            The rescue Music: Beggars and Felons by Power und Beauty (http://www.myspace.com/powerundbeauty)

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            • Brighton Windsor Group Business Advisory - Get Your Winning Game Plan

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              Brighton Windsor helps clients make real, positive changes each and every day. Our changes reduce costs, increase profits, streamline operations, and bring success and peace of mind. Whether you manufacture widgets, haul freight, build skyscrapers or anything in-between, Brighton Windsor will show you how to increase sales, solve internal conflicts, turnaround a department or division, enhance operations, eliminate inefficiencies and make more money. Our team will assess your operations, identify problems and fix the causes, not just the "symptoms." At Brighton Windsor Group, business advisory is not just something we do...It's who we are.

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              • GLOBAL SWAG TV- The importance of debt & budgeting

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                This video includes a talk about the increase of people budgeting in the UK, along with advice from us. We share our thoughts on how 55 million Britons have decided to stick to a budget plan, as of 2013. We talk about issues from the costs of raising a child, to issues of debt in today's economy.

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                • October 2012 Hotel Horizons® Market Update

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                  Mark Woodworth, President of PKF Hospitality Research, discusses the current state of the U.S. lodging industry and shares PKF's forecasts of what could happen to RevPAR if the U.S. falls over the "fiscal cliff."

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                  • Fiscal Cliff's Guide to Personal Finance

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                    A cartoon that shows you how to avoid debt by making extreme, though necessary and strategic, cuts. Hosted by financial guru Fiscal Cliff.

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                    • US Expats Reporting Foreign Income in 2012-Key Updates

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                      http://www.greenbacktaxservices.com/blog/key-updates-for-us-expats-reporting-foreign-income-in-2012/ Learn how tax changes by the IRS for 2012 and 2013 tax years affect US taxes for expats who report foreign income. "The Foreign Earned Income Exclusion has increased to $95,100 up from $92,900. On your 2012 taxes, which you file in 2013, you get a bit more breathing room there. Now some of the things you’ve probably heard about with the fiscal cliff and all the tax changes that the government’s been putting through. A bit of that could be confusing, so let’s just run through some of it right now. The first thing is that the top tax rate has gone up, it’s now 39.6%, that’s up from 35%." Read the full blog post on our website: http://www.greenbacktaxservices.com/blog/key-updates-for-us-expats-reporting-foreign-income-in-2012/ Looking for more expat tax information? Visit our comprehensive blog, which has hundreds of articles on the latest expat tax news and information you need to know!http://www.greenbacktaxservices.com/blog

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