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Year-End Tax Planning With the Pending Tax Policy

Year-end tax planning is hard enough. Throw in possible changes in the tax law and it becomes even more confusing. So watch this video to ease your nerves.

Video: J.P. Morgan Private Bank Sees S&P 500 Rising Above 2,800 in 2018

J.P. Morgan Private Bank's U.S. equity strategist Nadia Lovell sees the S&P 500 rising above 2,800 in 2018, as the prospects for corporate tax reform increase.

It's Officially Time to Start Thinking About Year-End Tax Planning

Bob Powell sat down with Jon Gassman, the Founder of The Gassman Financial Group, to talk year-end tax planning because, yes, it is that time of year.

Video: The Market Isn't Poised for a Selloff if Tax Reform Fails

The stock market isn't set up for failure if the current tax proposals fail to come to fruition, according to Brian Levitt, senior investment strategist at OppenheimerFunds.

What Walmart's CEO Thinks About Tax Reform

Walmart CEO Doug McMillon wouldn't mind seeing a tax plan pass. Not only would one likely slash the corporate tax rate, but it could cut taxes on households and free up money for them to spend.

Here Is One Stock Strategy to Consider as 2017 Comes to an End

There are just 28 trading days left in 2017 and one market strategist is focused on energy.

Cisco Drives Tech Gains and Nasdaq to Record, House Passes GOP Tax Bill

A better-than-expected quarter from Cisco Systems Inc. drives gains in the tech sector and pushes the Nasdaq to a closing high.

Video: What You Need to Know About Walmart and Procter & Gamble

Walmart shares moved sharply higher Thursday, helping to lift the broader markets.

Video: Robert Kiyosaki Reveals Why the Rich Are Getting Richer

Famed personal finance author Robert Kiyosaki has cracked the code on why the rich keep getting richer. Kiyosaki is author of the new book "Why the Rich Are Getting Richer."

Wall Street Uncertain After Two-Day Pullback, GE Slumps on Dividend Cut

Benchmark indexes gave back losses earlier in the day to trade flat to slightly higher.