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Can a Surviving Spouse Use Two Estate Tax Exclusions?

The federal estate tax exclusion is the amount that can be transferred before the estate tax would become applicable. However, if you are married to an American citizen, you do not have to use any of your exclusion to transfer assets tax-free to your spouse. 122 more words

(L60) Made In China: American Monopolies

Would you pay 20% more to shop at a store that sells only American-made goods?

Well, the answer to this question depends on what the product I am in search of is. 177 more words


O Lord!

My book DID pass content evaluation but with some limitations to which I can’t abide.

So I am content to have passed it by another’s eyes to know better how to go in the futuah. 20 more words


Explicit exclusions

When deciding what tasks need to added to the delivery of a particular iteration of whatever is being worked on it’s often easy to overlook what won’t be included and it becomes tempting to add that nice simple little feature. 100 more words


In Sale Flyer, 'Only At Macy's' Means 'Not Necessarily At Macy's'

One Boston shopper found what looked like an amazing deal on shirts at Macy’s, advertised in the weekly flyer. Unfortunately, Macy’s now seems to regard their flyer as a random assortment of product pictures and disclaimers. 233 more words


Furniture Company Mocks Coupon Fine Print With Rambling 350-Word Disclaimer

For years we’ve been highlighting ridiculous coupons with fine print so restrictive that it basically ruins all the fun of saving money. In that spirit, the folks at home furnishings chain Lovesac decided to create a discount that is nothing but fine print. 311 more words

What Are Exclusions?

Life Assurance policies are reviewed using underwriting guidelines. Any risks that fall outside these guidelines are what we call exclusions. That is to say, Underwriting Guidelines mark the parameters of the assurance cover, using such tools as Mortality Tables. 1,239 more words

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