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FTC sues TurboTax owner Intuit for advertising tax software as ‘free’

KEY POINTS The Federal Trade Commission on Monday sued TurboTax owner Intuit infederal court and filed a parallel administrative complaint. Bothrelate to alleged deceptive marketing practices related to TurboTax.Intuit offers a free version of TurboTax. The FTC claims it’s a “baitand switch” because most users… Read More »FTC sues TurboTax owner Intuit for advertising tax software as ‘free’

Inflation, geopolitical risks, and regulation top CFO worries, survey says

Deloitte’s latest quarterly survey of Fortune 500 chief financialofficers found the executives have a gloomier outlook on the economythan last quarter, with respondents citing inflation, geopoliticalrisks, and the regulatory environment as their top external concerns. In the first quarter survey of 97 CFOs, only 36%… Read More »Inflation, geopolitical risks, and regulation top CFO worries, survey says

Bank analysts, investors are antsy for spending outlook as inflation risks grow

Analysts and investors of major Wall Street banks are eagerlyanticipating any insight from executives on the outlook for consumerspending and borrowing, a key source of revenue when first-quarterearnings are unveiled next month. U.S. consumer spending has been rising for months as the countryemerges from the… Read More »Bank analysts, investors are antsy for spending outlook as inflation risks grow

Biden proposes a higher corporate tax rate, 20% billionaire minimum tax

President Joe Biden’s administration released its $6 trillion budgetMonday for the federal government’s 2023 fiscal year, which beginsOctober 2022. Also on Monday, Treasury released its general explanations of thebudget’s revenue proposals, known as the Greenbook. Revenue provisions in the proposed budget prominently include what anadministration… Read More »Biden proposes a higher corporate tax rate, 20% billionaire minimum tax

Half of the Remote Professionals Say They Would Quit if Required to Go Back to Office

Return-to-office plans may lead to more resignations, separate research shows. In a survey of more than 1,000 professionals, half of the respondents currently working from home (50%) would look for a new job that offers remote options if … Professional firms considering returning to pre-pandemic… Read More »Half of the Remote Professionals Say They Would Quit if Required to Go Back to Office