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Roll Call
10 Moments That Won or Lost Senate ControlSenate landscape. In 2012, Sen. Olympia J. Snowe’s, R-Maine, last-minute retir
10 Moments That Won or Lost Senate Control
Roll Call / Posted 2 days ago
Senate landscape. In 2012, Sen. Olympia J. Snowe’s, R-Maine, last-minute retirement began to alter the conventional wisdom that Republicans were likely headed for the majority. Months later, comments about rape by Todd Akin and Richard... Read more
5d
The Hindu
Kalyan Raman on the memoir of former LTTE functionary Tamizhiniof Sri Lankan Tamils learn about the reality of the conflict and find their way
Kalyan Raman on the memoir of former LTTE functionary Tamizhini
The Hindu / Posted 5 days ago
of Sri Lankan Tamils learn about the reality of the conflict and find their way to a life of peace and dignity. There is wisdom in the saying: “Never be quick to raise your sword against the enemy, for you will just as swiftly raise it against... Read more
5d
Sunday Observer
The Eight Precepts, five of which are broken by mostJuniorOTHER PUBLICATIONS OTHER LINKS Cat�s eye In this weekend of Vesak in wh
The Eight Precepts, five of which are broken by most
Sunday Observer / Posted 5 days ago
JuniorOTHER PUBLICATIONS OTHER LINKS Cat�s eye In this weekend of Vesak in which this feline cast aside her cattiness and pettiness and devoted one day and night to the observance of the eight... Read more
7d
New Kerala
First manned flight in 1891 or 1903? - newkerala.com #66175the first manned flight in 1891 or in 1903? The question will be rekindled at n
First manned flight in 1891 or 1903? - newkerala.com #66175
New Kerala / Posted 7 days ago
the first manned flight in 1891 or in 1903? The question will be rekindled at next month's Berlin Air Show. Conventional wisdom has it that the first powered manned flight was by the Wright brothers at Kitty Hawk in December 1903. The organisers... Read more
7d
Op-Ed News
US Media as Conduits of Propagandajihadist rebels as a provocation to draw the U.S. military directly into the wa
US Media as Conduits of Propaganda
Op-Ed News / Posted 7 days ago
jihadist rebels as a provocation to draw the U.S. military directly into the war on their side. But it remains conventional wisdom that Assad ignored Obama's "red line" and that Obama then flinched from enforcing it. The New York Times and other... Read more
9d
Salon.com
No, Daryl Hall did not “destroy” me: The right-wing social media mob’s “social justice warrior” narrative couldn’t be more ridiculousthe defining characteristic of intelligence as the “ability to entertain a thou
No, Daryl Hall did not “destroy” me: The right-wing social media mob’s “social justice warrior” narrative couldn’t be more ridiculous
Salon.com / Posted 9 days ago
the defining characteristic of intelligence as the “ability to entertain a thought without accepting it.” If the wisdom of that idea is accurate – regardless of its actual source – American cultural discourse has reached a state of... Read more
11d
Namibia Economist
It was the worst of timesfitness to rule. But debate about it still rages on the internet in China, and
It was the worst of times
Namibia Economist / Posted 11 days ago
fitness to rule. But debate about it still rages on the internet in China, and even occasionally surfaces in mainstream publications. Its wounds are still raw. On May 2nd the Great Hall of the People in Tiananmen Square held a gala concert... Read more
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12d
The Sacramento Bee
American introspection should be part of Obama’s visit to Hiroshimalearning that a 9,700-pound bomb nicknamed “Little Boy” was dropped on Aug. 6,
American introspection should be part of Obama’s visit to Hiroshima
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 12 days ago
learning that a 9,700-pound bomb nicknamed “Little Boy” was dropped on Aug. 6, 1945, to save American lives. Conventional wisdom says that Japan would not have surrendered otherwise and World War II would have dragged on without the lethal power... Read more
12d
Sunday Observer
Tittle tattleJuniorOTHER PUBLICATIONS OTHER LINKS So our ex-Prez has gone to Uganda to be
Tittle tattle
Sunday Observer / Posted 12 days ago
JuniorOTHER PUBLICATIONS OTHER LINKS So our ex-Prez has gone to Uganda to be present when a supposed to be dictator guilty of corruption is sworn in for his fourth term in office. Yoweri Kaguta Musevni, 71, has been continuously in... Read more
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14d
Slate
An Astronomy Professor Reportedly Taught Intelligent Design to His Students. Then He Got Tenure.seminar, described in the syllabus as an investigation of “physical reality and
An Astronomy Professor Reportedly Taught Intelligent Design to His Students. Then He Got Tenure.
Slate / Posted 14 days ago
seminar, described in the syllabus as an investigation of “physical reality and the boundaries of science for any hidden wisdom within this reality which may illuminate the central questions of the purpose of our existence and the meaning of... Read more
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14d
Wired News
The Tale of an Epic Coast-Coast Road Trip … in 1903be pulled by a team of horses from a buffalo wallow, but other than that it ran
The Tale of an Epic Coast-Coast Road Trip … in 1903
Wired News / Posted 14 days ago
be pulled by a team of horses from a buffalo wallow, but other than that it ran the entire course under its own power. The wisdom of allowing an editor of one of the minor journals to accompany the expedition became questionable, as reports in the... Read more
14d
The Globe and Mail
Postmedia’s Godfrey urges tax incentives to keep ad dollars in Canadamore closures in your own communities because of the state of the newspaper ind
Postmedia’s Godfrey urges tax incentives to keep ad dollars in Canada
The Globe and Mail / Posted 14 days ago
more closures in your own communities because of the state of the newspaper industry.” Postmedia, which owns more than 180 publications including the National Post, Ottawa Citizen, Edmonton Journal and the Sun chain of papers, has been struggling... Read more
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The New Statesman
“I’m done taking pictures”: Justin Bieber, fandom and mental healthhas mentioned, in particular, the expansion of its website, which competes with
“I’m done taking pictures”: Justin Bieber, fandom and mental health
The New Statesman / Posted 15 days ago
has mentioned, in particular, the expansion of its website, which competes with other less fortunate media groups and print publications. The BBC has a contract with the British people to be a public-service broadcaster, not a national online... Read more
15d
The New Statesman
Doctors dominate Labour shortlist to replace Sadiq Khanhas mentioned, in particular, the expansion of its website, which competes with
Doctors dominate Labour shortlist to replace Sadiq Khan
The New Statesman / Posted 15 days ago
has mentioned, in particular, the expansion of its website, which competes with other less fortunate media groups and print publications. The BBC has a contract with the British people to be a public-service broadcaster, not a national online... Read more
16d
Slate
Of Course Facebook Is Biased. Its Real Problem Is That It Won’t Admit It.Popular stories from conservative sites such as Breitbart, for instance, were a
Of Course Facebook Is Biased. Its Real Problem Is That It Won’t Admit It.
Slate / Posted 16 days ago
Popular stories from conservative sites such as Breitbart, for instance, were allegedly omitted unless more mainstream publications such as the New York Times also picked them up. None of this should come as a surprise to any thoughtful person... Read more
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17d
Scoop.co.nz
Nearly two-thirds of NZ concerned about privacyconcerned), and those with university education (55%). “This sort of result tel
Nearly two-thirds of NZ concerned about privacy
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 17 days ago
concerned), and those with university education (55%). “This sort of result tells us that we need to revisit the received wisdom that is out there about how younger people view privacy,” said Privacy Commissioner John Edwards.Nearly all... Read more
17d
CNET
Facebook's trending news feed may be a shamNews and The Washington Examiner were excluded or demoted in the trending topic
Facebook's trending news feed may be a sham
CNET / Posted 17 days ago
News and The Washington Examiner were excluded or demoted in the trending topics list, in preference for more traditional publications like The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal. Some stories weren't allowed to appear in the list either,... Read more
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The Hollywood Reporter
Critic's Notebook: Todd McCarthy on How Francis Ford Coppola and 'E.T.' Turned Cannes Into a Frenzied Mammothembraced by a topless French starlet — might make its way into U.S. magazines b
Critic's Notebook: Todd McCarthy on How Francis Ford Coppola and 'E.T.' Turned Cannes Into a Frenzied Mammoth
The Hollywood Reporter / Posted 17 days ago
embraced by a topless French starlet — might make its way into U.S. magazines back in the 1950s. But other than in trade publications, specialized film journals and a handful of European papers and magazines, Cannes in those days was never... Read more
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18d
Scoop.co.nz
Public attitudes to data sharing cautious but shiftingconcerned), and those with university education (55%). “This sort of result tel
Public attitudes to data sharing cautious but shifting
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 18 days ago
concerned), and those with university education (55%). “This sort of result tells us that we need to revisit the received wisdom that is out there about how younger people view privacy,” said Privacy Commissioner John Edwards.Nearly all... Read more
20d
Gulf News
Claudio Ranieri proves nice guys do not always come secondOnline in-match use limited to 45 images, no video emulation. No use in betting
Claudio Ranieri proves nice guys do not always come second
Gulf News / Posted 20 days ago
Online in-match use limited to 45 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details. London“Claudio Ranieri? Really?” As much of... Read more
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21d
J Weekly
Author author: new books by Bay Area writersSheldon Lewis, rabbi emeritus of Congregation Kol Emeth in Palo Alto, imparts h
Author author: new books by Bay Area writers
J Weekly / Posted 21 days ago
Sheldon Lewis, rabbi emeritus of Congregation Kol Emeth in Palo Alto, imparts his wisdom and shares his world-view in his new book, “Bridging Word and World: Seeking Jewish Wisdom for Perplexing Modern Issues.” A collection of sermons, essays,... Read more
21d
Greenwich Time
7 Instagram Accounts That Inspire the Entrepreneurial JourneyRichard Branson and Mark Cuban. Serial entrepreneurs with serious successes. We
7 Instagram Accounts That Inspire the Entrepreneurial Journey
Greenwich Time / Posted 21 days ago
Richard Branson and Mark Cuban. Serial entrepreneurs with serious successes. We have become accustomed to their infinite wisdom as they’ve shared their success stories with us throughout the years. We find them on most social-media accounts and... Read more
21d
The News-Times
7 Instagram Accounts That Inspire the Entrepreneurial JourneyRichard Branson and Mark Cuban. Serial entrepreneurs with serious successes. We
7 Instagram Accounts That Inspire the Entrepreneurial Journey
The News-Times / Posted 21 days ago
Richard Branson and Mark Cuban. Serial entrepreneurs with serious successes. We have become accustomed to their infinite wisdom as they’ve shared their success stories with us throughout the years. We find them on most social-media accounts and... Read more
27d
AllAfrica.com
Despite the Discord, Coalition Is Zimbabwe's Only Hope"I would rather fight it alone: Tsvangirai" was a notable headline on one of th
Despite the Discord, Coalition Is Zimbabwe's Only Hope
AllAfrica.com / Posted 27 days ago
"I would rather fight it alone: Tsvangirai" was a notable headline on one of the publications in the last few days. MDC-T leader, Morgan Tsvangirai, is said to have voiced that his experience of the GNU taught him to stay away from coalitions. This... Read more
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28d
New Zimbabwe
Coalition still Zimbabwe’s only hope“I would rather fight it alone: Tsvangirai” was a notable headline on one of th
Coalition still Zimbabwe’s only hope
New Zimbabwe / Posted 28 days ago
“I would rather fight it alone: Tsvangirai” was a notable headline on one of the publications in the last few days. MDC-T leader, Morgan Tsvangirai, is said to have voiced that his experience of the GNU taught him to stay away from coalitions. This... Read more
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29d
AllAfrica.com
Veteran Journalist Joins Wits Journalism As Adjunct ProfessorTsedu join the department. "Both career-entry and mid-career students will ben
Veteran Journalist Joins Wits Journalism As Adjunct Professor
AllAfrica.com / Posted 29 days ago
Tsedu join the department. "Both career-entry and mid-career students will benefit greatly from the wealth of knowledge, wisdom and experience that he brings," Krüger said. Tsedu began his career at the Northern Transvaal Post in 1978 as a... Read more
30d
New America Media
Marijuana: Arab Smokers, Religious Scholars Weigh Inbrain cells that help one's ability to create new memories. Imam Mohammad Elah
Marijuana: Arab Smokers, Religious Scholars Weigh In
New America Media / Posted 30 days ago
brain cells that help one's ability to create new memories. Imam Mohammad Elahi, spiritual leader of the Islamic House of Wisdom in Dearborn Heights, reiterated that stance. "In general, anything harmful for our health, whether physical, mental... Read more
30d
Variety
Presidential Race Takes Over Pop Culture as Hopefuls Embrace Celebrity Statusand morning-show call-in interviews. The tally was $2.4 By another measurement
Presidential Race Takes Over Pop Culture as Hopefuls Embrace Celebrity Status
Variety / Posted 30 days ago
and morning-show call-in interviews. The tally was $2.4 By another measurement — exposure across hundreds of consumer publications — Trump and Clinton beat sports stars like Tom Brady and celebrities like Kanye West, Kim Kardashian and Justin... Read more
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Newsmax
Russia Is Winning the InternetBut in a systematic campaign to saturate the Internet, the Russians fed the quo
Russia Is Winning the Internet
Newsmax / Posted a month ago
But in a systematic campaign to saturate the Internet, the Russians fed the quote back into some major Russian print publications, then back onto the Internet, until it resonated and fed back on itself. Multiply this twisting of my statement... Read more
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My EastText
China's Xi Jinping: Reformer in disguise?A Chinese leader gracing the covers of major western publications used to draw
China's Xi Jinping: Reformer in disguise?
My EastText / Posted 1 months ago
A Chinese leader gracing the covers of major western publications used to draw wild cheers from the country's state media. When President Xi Jinping appeared on recent covers of The Economist and Time, however, Beijing authorities summarily blocked... Read more
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KQ2 St. Joseph
China's Xi Jinping: Reformer in disguise?A Chinese leader gracing the covers of major western publications used to draw
China's Xi Jinping: Reformer in disguise?
KQ2 St. Joseph / Posted 1 months ago
A Chinese leader gracing the covers of major western publications used to draw wild cheers from the country's state media. When President Xi Jinping appeared on recent covers of The Economist and Time, however, Beijing authorities summarily blocked... Read more
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KRBC Abilene & KTAB Abilene
China's Xi Jinping: Reformer in disguise?A Chinese leader gracing the covers of major western publications used to draw
China's Xi Jinping: Reformer in disguise?
KRBC Abilene & KTAB Abilene / Posted 1 months ago
A Chinese leader gracing the covers of major western publications used to draw wild cheers from the country's state media. When President Xi Jinping appeared on recent covers of The Economist and Time, however, Beijing authorities summarily blocked... Read more
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KRCR TV Redding
China's Xi Jinping: Reformer in disguise?A Chinese leader gracing the covers of major western publications used to draw
China's Xi Jinping: Reformer in disguise?
KRCR TV Redding / Posted 1 months ago
A Chinese leader gracing the covers of major western publications used to draw wild cheers from the country's state media. When President Xi Jinping appeared on recent covers of The Economist and Time, however, Beijing authorities summarily blocked... Read more
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News Channel 12 New Bern
China's Xi Jinping: Reformer in disguise?A Chinese leader gracing the covers of major western publications used to draw
China's Xi Jinping: Reformer in disguise?
News Channel 12 New Bern / Posted 1 months ago
A Chinese leader gracing the covers of major western publications used to draw wild cheers from the country's state media. When President Xi Jinping appeared on recent covers of The Economist and Time, however, Beijing authorities summarily blocked... Read more
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22 WSBT South Bend
China's Xi Jinping: Reformer in disguise?A Chinese leader gracing the covers of major western publications used to draw
China's Xi Jinping: Reformer in disguise?
22 WSBT South Bend / Posted 1 months ago
A Chinese leader gracing the covers of major western publications used to draw wild cheers from the country's state media. When President Xi Jinping appeared on recent covers of The Economist and Time, however, Beijing authorities summarily blocked... Read more
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News 8000
China's Xi Jinping: Reformer in disguise?A Chinese leader gracing the covers of major western publications used to draw
China's Xi Jinping: Reformer in disguise?
News 8000 / Posted 1 months ago
A Chinese leader gracing the covers of major western publications used to draw wild cheers from the country's state media. When President Xi Jinping appeared on recent covers of The Economist and Time, however, Beijing authorities summarily blocked... Read more
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KTXS Abilene
China's Xi Jinping: Reformer in disguise?A Chinese leader gracing the covers of major western publications used to draw
China's Xi Jinping: Reformer in disguise?
KTXS Abilene / Posted 1 months ago
A Chinese leader gracing the covers of major western publications used to draw wild cheers from the country's state media. When President Xi Jinping appeared on recent covers of The Economist and Time, however, Beijing authorities summarily blocked... Read more
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KECI Missoula
China's Xi Jinping: Reformer in disguise?A Chinese leader gracing the covers of major western publications used to draw
China's Xi Jinping: Reformer in disguise?
KECI Missoula / Posted 1 months ago
A Chinese leader gracing the covers of major western publications used to draw wild cheers from the country's state media. When President Xi Jinping appeared on recent covers of The Economist and Time, however, Beijing authorities summarily blocked... Read more
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KCBA FOX 35 Salinas
China's Xi Jinping: Reformer in disguise?A Chinese leader gracing the covers of major western publications used to draw
China's Xi Jinping: Reformer in disguise?
KCBA FOX 35 Salinas / Posted 1 months ago
A Chinese leader gracing the covers of major western publications used to draw wild cheers from the country's state media. When President Xi Jinping appeared on recent covers of The Economist and Time, however, Beijing authorities summarily blocked... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
China's Xi Jinping: Reformer in disguise?A Chinese leader gracing the covers of major western publications used to draw
China's Xi Jinping: Reformer in disguise?
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 1 months ago
A Chinese leader gracing the covers of major western publications used to draw wild cheers from the country's state media. When President Xi Jinping appeared on recent covers of The Economist and Time, however, Beijing authorities summarily blocked... Read more
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KXLY-TV Spokane
China's Xi Jinping: Reformer in disguise?A Chinese leader gracing the covers of major western publications used to draw
China's Xi Jinping: Reformer in disguise?
KXLY-TV Spokane / Posted 1 months ago
A Chinese leader gracing the covers of major western publications used to draw wild cheers from the country's state media. When President Xi Jinping appeared on recent covers of The Economist and Time, however, Beijing authorities summarily blocked... Read more
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KTVZ Bend
China's Xi Jinping: Reformer in disguise?Chinese leader has amassed more power than many post-Mao leaders A Chinese lea
China's Xi Jinping: Reformer in disguise?
KTVZ Bend / Posted 1 months ago
Chinese leader has amassed more power than many post-Mao leaders A Chinese leader gracing the covers of major western publications used to draw wild cheers from the country's state media. More From KTVZ.COM When President Xi Jinping appeared... Read more
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KTUU Anchorage
China's Xi Jinping: Reformer in disguise?A Chinese leader gracing the covers of major western publications used to draw
China's Xi Jinping: Reformer in disguise?
KTUU Anchorage / Posted 1 months ago
A Chinese leader gracing the covers of major western publications used to draw wild cheers from the country's state media. When President Xi Jinping appeared on recent covers of The Economist and Time, however, Beijing authorities summarily blocked... Read more
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WCYB 5 Tri-Cities
China's Xi Jinping: Reformer in disguise?A Chinese leader gracing the covers of major western publications used to draw
China's Xi Jinping: Reformer in disguise?
WCYB 5 Tri-Cities / Posted 1 months ago
A Chinese leader gracing the covers of major western publications used to draw wild cheers from the country's state media. When President Xi Jinping appeared on recent covers of The Economist and Time, however, Beijing authorities summarily blocked... Read more
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KRDO Colorado Springs
China's Xi Jinping: Reformer in disguise?A Chinese leader gracing the covers of major western publications used to draw
China's Xi Jinping: Reformer in disguise?
KRDO Colorado Springs / Posted 1 months ago
A Chinese leader gracing the covers of major western publications used to draw wild cheers from the country's state media. When President Xi Jinping appeared on recent covers of The Economist and Time, however, Beijing authorities summarily blocked... Read more
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ABC 7 El Paso
China's Xi Jinping: Reformer in disguise?A Chinese leader gracing the covers of major western publications used to draw
China's Xi Jinping: Reformer in disguise?
ABC 7 El Paso / Posted 1 months ago
A Chinese leader gracing the covers of major western publications used to draw wild cheers from the country's state media. When President Xi Jinping appeared on recent covers of The Economist and Time, however, Beijing authorities summarily blocked... Read more
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Naked Capitalism
Will the Upheaval in Fossil Fuel Industry Take the Rest of the Economy Down With It?much of the world’s remaining fossil fuel resources cannot be burned. All of t
Will the Upheaval in Fossil Fuel Industry Take the Rest of the Economy Down With It?
Naked Capitalism / Posted 1 months ago
much of the world’s remaining fossil fuel resources cannot be burned. All of this is leading investors to question the wisdom of their investments, given fears that much of the assets that the oil, gas and coal industries use to estimate their... Read more
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The Financial Express
Stop questioning the new GDP data, now RBI has also given its seal of approvalRajan), chief economic advisor at the ministry of finance, Arvind Subramaniam,
Stop questioning the new GDP data, now RBI has also given its seal of approval
The Financial Express / Posted 1 months ago
Rajan), chief economic advisor at the ministry of finance, Arvind Subramaniam, and many foreign investors and prestigious publications (including The Economist, Wall Street Journal, and the Financial Times). And the questioning has varied from... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Can You Deduct a Fund's Expense Ratio?a fee to your financial advisor (not a commission), it is deductible. So are su
Can You Deduct a Fund's Expense Ratio?
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 1 months ago
a fee to your financial advisor (not a commission), it is deductible. So are subscriptions to investment newsletters and publications if they help you manage your own investments. However, expense ratios are not included simply because they... Read more
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FOX Business
Can You Deduct a Fund's Expense Ratio?a fee to your financial advisor (not a commission), it is deductible. So are su
Can You Deduct a Fund's Expense Ratio?
FOX Business / Posted 1 months ago
a fee to your financial advisor (not a commission), it is deductible. So are subscriptions to investment newsletters and publications if they help you manage your own investments. However, expense ratios are not included simply because they... Read more
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