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Former Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin is planning an investment fund backed by Persian Gulf wealth funds, report says

Reuters Former Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin plans to launch an investment fund backed by sovereign wealth funds in the Persian Gulf, the Washington Post reported. The fund will invest in areas including financial technology and entertainment. Sign up here for our daily newsletter, 10 Things Before the Opening Bell.Former Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin is planning to launch an investment fund that will be backed by sovereign wealth funds in the Persian Gulf region and other investor...
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Trump reportedly granted Secret Service protections to all his adult children and 3 top officials before he left the White House. It will cost US taxpayers millions.

Outgoing US President Donald Trump waves as he boards Marine One at the White House in Washington, DC, on January 20, 2021 MANDEL NGAN/AFP via Getty Images Former President Donald Trump granted extended Secret Service protections to his four adult children and their spouses before he left the White House, The Washington Post reported. Former Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, former Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin, and former National Security Advisor Robert C. O'Brien will also receive the exp...
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Biden ally Larry Summers, a former treasury secretary, said $2,000 stimulus checks would be a 'serious mistake' that could overheat the economy

Former Treasury secretary Larry Summers Robin Marchant / Getty Images Former US treasury secretary Larry Summers told Bloomberg on Friday that $2,000 stimulus checks for Americans would be a "pretty serious mistake." Summers, who was reportedly an adviser to President-elect Joe Biden's campaign, said boosting consumer spending was the wrong route to economic recovery. The checks could overheat the US economy, he told Bloomberg. US President Donald Trump has so far refused to sign a pandemi...
Tags: Politics, Congress, US, Barack Obama, Trends, Bloomberg, Joe Biden, House, Bill Clinton, Nancy Pelosi, Biden, Donald Trump, Stimulus, Trump, Democratic, Sen Bernie Sanders


David Gauke: Tax rise must pay for Covid-19

Former Treasury minister expresses his party’s anxiety over UK’s rising pandemic bill Coronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageThe chancellor, Rishi Sunak, will have to order steep tax rises or another brutal round of spending cuts to plug a £40bn gap in the public finances caused by emergency spending during the Covid-19 crisis, the former Tory Treasury minister David Gauke says today.The warning of painful income tax and VAT rises from a respected figure with seven years of ...
Tags: UK, Conservatives, UK News, Tax and spending, Treasury, David Gauke, Former Treasury, Rishi Sunak, Coronavirus outbreak, Tory Treasury


Why Larry Summers thinks a recession could be coming

Former Treasury secretary Larry Summers says President Donald Trump "vastly overstates" how comfortable the US economy is.
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Mnuchin’s Pricey Government Travel Breaks From Coach-Flying Predecessor

Former Treasury secretary flew coach domestically, and spent just $8,000 on premium travel over four years.
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7 tax-saving breaks to celebrate Earth Day

Happy Earth Day 2017! Maybe you're spending this Saturday simply out enjoying the beauty of Mother Earth. Or perhaps you're participating in the March for Science (the main event in D.C. or satellite marches across the country) to support scientific efforts, including the study of climatology and climate change. Regardless of how you acknowledge Earth Day, thank you for thinking of our planet. In recognition of your commitment to protect and preserve the only place we humans and other creat...
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7 tax-saving breaks to celebrate Earth Day

Happy Earth Day 2017! Maybe you're spending this Saturday simply out enjoying the beauty of Mother Earth. Or perhaps you're participating in the March for Science (the main event in D.C. or satellite marches across the country) to support scientific efforts, including the study of climatology and climate change. Regardless of how you acknowledge Earth Day, thank you for thinking of our planet. In recognition of your commitment to protect and preserve the only place we humans and other creat...
Tags: Google, Energy, Sweden, China, Marketing, United States, Sam, Department Of Energy, Irs, North Carolina State University, U S Department of Energy, GuideStar, Former Treasury, Residential Energy Efficient Property Credit, North Carolina Clean Energy Technology Center


The Latest: Leader of Remain campaign heads for exit

LONDON (AP) " The Latest on the British prime minister's decision to seek an early election (all times local):1:40 p.m.Former Treasury chief George Osborne, a leader of the losing campaign to keep Britain in the European Union,... [Author: newsfeeds[email protected]]
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China's new pollution tax excludes greenhouse gases

China has enacted a series of taxes on various types of industrial pollution. But to the dismay of even some of its own government researchers, carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases are not included in the tax plan. Some specific emissions could mean tax bills for Chinese companies under a new pollution tax law just enacted by that country. (Photo by Graeme Maclean via Flickr CC) Still, for the first time ever, public institutions and companies that discharge listed pollutants directly...
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China's new pollution tax excludes greenhouse gases

China has enacted a series of taxes on various types of industrial pollution. But to the dismay of even some of its own government researchers, carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases are not included in the tax plan. Some specific emissions could mean tax bills for Chinese companies under a new pollution tax law just enacted by that country. (Photo by Graeme Maclean via Flickr CC) Still, for the first time ever, public institutions and companies that discharge listed pollutants directly...
Tags: Business, Texas, Taxes, Congress, China, Environment, Marketing, Global, Tax, Air Pollution, United States, United Nations, Greenhouse Gases, Water Pollution, Shenzhen, Finance Ministry


Happy Arbor Day 2016! Plant a tree or make a potentially tax-deductible donation to an environmental group

J. Sterling Morton started Arbor Day back in 1872 with a simple idea: Set aside a special day for tree planting. Our backyard tree line. That's an oak at left, a crepe myrtle in the middle and a fig to the right, with some junipers and more oaks at back. Even on cloudy, gray days like this Arbor Day 2016, I love looking out at them. Morton saw the value of trees in the wide open high plains of Nebraska, where he had moved in 1854. The tallest of our plants serve as windbreaks to keep soil in p...
Tags: Taxes, Environment, Charity, Nebraska, Irs, Morton, Thomas Jefferson, Internal Revenue Service, Skbell1, Deductions, Former Treasury, Lucy Larcom


Happy Arbor Day 2016! Plant a tree or make a potentially tax-deductible donation to an environmental group

J. Sterling Morton started Arbor Day back in 1872 with a simple idea: Set aside a special day for tree planting. Our backyard tree line. That's an oak at left, a crepe myrtle in the middle and a fig to the right, with some junipers and more oaks at back. Even on cloudy, gray days like this Arbor Day 2016, I love looking out at them. Morton saw the value of trees in the wide open high plains of Nebraska, where he had moved in 1854. The tallest of our plants serve as windbreaks to keep soil in p...
Tags: Taxes, Environment, Charity, Marketing, Nebraska, Irs, Morton, Thomas Jefferson, Internal Revenue Service, Skbell1, Deductions, Former Treasury, Lucy Larcom


Inversions And Viagra

Two very different takes on the Obama Administration's new anti-inversion rules: Letter From 18 Former Treasury Officials To Treasury Secretary Lew (Apr. 18, 2016) [Author: Paul Caron]
Tags: Obama Administration, Tax, Treasury, Lew, Paul Caron, Former Treasury