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    Wealth Management’s Future Hinges On Diversity, Sieg Says

    Wealth management’s future depends on hiring and developing a diverse workforce and doing a better job of servicing the needs of fast-growing minority communities. Census figures show that whites’ share of the U.S. population declined in all 50 states since 2010. Four in 10 Americans now identify with a race or an ethic group other… More

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    Chase Coleman Builds Stake In Procore Technologies

    Summary Tech guru invested in 7.43% stake. Company had its IPO in May. Chase Coleman (Trades, Portfolio), founder of Tiger Global Management and one of Julian Robertson (Trades, Portfolio)’s former “tiger cubs,” disclosed a 7.43% stake in newly public Procore Technologies Inc. (PCOR, Financial) earlier this week. The guru’s New York-based hedge fund is known for focusing on small-cap stocks and… More

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    File An Amended 2020 Tax Return After New PPP Guidance, Or Wait?

    The latest guidance for the Paycheck Protection Program solves a problem related to deductions, but … [+] also brings a decision on when to claim the benefit. getty If you received a Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan, but did not deduct payroll expenses on your 2020 tax return, this is what you need to know.… More

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    Money Now, Taxes Later With Prepaid Forward Contracts

    If your uncle, best friend or bank loans you money, is it taxable? Nope, not if it’s a real loan. But the loan or income distinction lands many people in trouble with the IRS. Besides, interest rates on risky loans like litigation funding and pre-IPO stock are high, and you might not be able to… More

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    The Most Important Question Every Investor Should Ask—Why?

    WASHINGTON, DC – NOVEMBER 28: Chairman of the Federal Reserve nominee Jerome Powell testifies … [+] during his confirmation hearing before the Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee November 28, 2017 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. Powell will succeed Janet Yellen to be the next Federal Reserve Board chairman if confirmed by the… More

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    How Blue Owl’s $12.5B SPAC Deal Could Shape The Future Of Private Equity

    This is an excerpt from Deal Flow, Forbes’ daily newsletter about big buyouts, big mergers and the rest of Big Finance. Want a new edition in your inbox every afternoon? Subscribe here. What happens when you combine just about every major buzzword that has enveloped private equity in recent years in a single $12.5 billion… More

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    3 Cybersecurity Defender Stocks That May Help Protect Your Portfolio

    . For investors focused on policies aimed to improve the nation’s defenses by requiring the installation and modernization of technology that detects and blocks malicious cyber activity on federal information and operational networks, cybersecurity stocks FireEye FEYE , Fortinet FTNT and Palo Alto Networks PANW may help protect your portfolio. Modernization of the Nation’s Cybersecurity… More

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    How Admissions Tests Discriminate Against Low-Income And Minority Student Admissions At Selective Colleges

    A new study of college admission tests finds that the SAT and ACT tests discriminate against low-income, minority and female students in college admissions at selective colleges. The average combined SAT test score grows with increasing family income. Mark Kantrowitz The cause is not intentional discrimination, but rather a statistical artifact of the way in… More

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    The Bitcoin Versus Gold Debate May Quickly Reverse Course

    On Friday we looked at three key charts as we ended the week. With the inflationary pressures becoming obvious in the data last week, we looked at the well intact trend in broader stocks and the well intact trend in oil prices—both bullish. We also looked at the ugly chart in the dollar (bearish). This… More

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    What Are The Risks Of Crypto Savings Accounts?

    There are quite a few popular cryptocurrency savings accounts out there, including options from platforms like BlockFi, Linus, Outlet, and Gemini. These savings accounts are very different from traditional savings accounts, and in more ways than many people realize. First, investors should remember that cryptocurrency savings accounts are built to accept and hold crypto deposits,… More

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