Personal and corporate income tax laws are complex and expensive. The collective cost of tax filing, record keeping and the like is least $170 billion a year, says Smith School professor Peter Morici. In a column today, Morici says other nations more efficiently rely on consumption
Soon, you won't have to be a multimillionaire VC “angel” to help get a hot new company off the ground: The SEC is allowing ordinary investors to put money into startups. The SEC last week unveiled rules that would allow companies to solicit up to $50 million annually from ordinary as well as wealthy “accredited”
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