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US 2- to 30-Year Curve Reaches Most Inverted Level This Century

The premium of the two-year Treasury yield over the comparable 30-year benchmark increased to a level unseen this century after short-end rates extended their climb in the wake of this week’s hotter-than-anticipated US consumer-price inflation data. The two-year yield was as much as 35 basis points above the 30-year rate on Thursday, sending the inversion… Read More »US 2- to 30-Year Curve Reaches Most Inverted Level This Century

There could be a record high Social Security cost-of-living adjustment in 2023, but it’s not set in stone: 3 things to watch

KEY POINTS The Social Security cost-of-living adjustment for 2023 could be 8.7%, according to a new estimate from The Senior Citizens League. An increase that high would be the biggest cost-of-living adjustment in four decades, surpassing this year’s 5.9% cost-of-living adjustment. There is still one more month before the official adjustment is announced. Here are… Read More »There could be a record high Social Security cost-of-living adjustment in 2023, but it’s not set in stone: 3 things to watch

IRS delays in processing NOL refund claims cost taxpayers millions in interest

The Internal Revenue Service’s backlog is having an impact in many areas, including the handling of noncorporate applications for refund claims on net operating losses. The Internal Revenue Service’s continuing backlog is having an impact in many areas, including the processing of noncorporate applications for refund claims on net operating losses by pass-through businesses, leading… Read More »IRS delays in processing NOL refund claims cost taxpayers millions in interest

Stubbornly high rents and food prices boost U.S. inflation in August

Summary The consumer price index rises 0.1% in August Rents, food, and healthcare account for the increase in CPI Core CPI surges 0.6%; increases 6.3% year-on-year U.S. consumer prices unexpectedly rose in August and underlying inflation accelerated amid rising costs for rents and healthcare, giving the Federal Reserve ammunition to deliver a third 75 basis… Read More »Stubbornly high rents and food prices boost U.S. inflation in August

Fed set for another 75-basis-point rate hike; early pivot unlikely: Reuters poll

The Federal Reserve will deliver another 75-basis-point interest rate hike next week and likely hold its policy rate steady for an extended period once it eventually peaks, according to a Reuters poll of economists released on Tuesday. Policymakers have done little to push back on market pricing for a third consecutive rate hike of three-quarters… Read More »Fed set for another 75-basis-point rate hike; early pivot unlikely: Reuters poll

Finance Chiefs Struggle to Set Guidance as Economy Flashes Mixed Signals

Finance chiefs are finding it harder to peg yearly guidance as they struggle for visibility on the direction of the economy, leading them to broaden their annual revenue ranges and revise spending plans more frequently. Finance chiefs, through their annual guidance, offer clues on the health of the business. But given the mixed signals in the… Read More »Finance Chiefs Struggle to Set Guidance as Economy Flashes Mixed Signals

Congress And IRS Need To Focus On Those Backlogged Employee Retention Credit Claims

The Employee Retention Credit (ERC) remains one of the best tax benefits out there for small and medium businesses – as well as tax-exempt entities – to keep doors open and employees on payroll during this difficult economy. As I’ve previously written in detail, the ERC provides eligible employers up to $7,000 per employee per quarter in… Read More »Congress And IRS Need To Focus On Those Backlogged Employee Retention Credit Claims

U.S. SEC to set up a new office for crypto filings

The U.S. securities regulator will set up two new offices to deal with filings related to crypto assets and the life sciences sector, the agency said on Friday. The “Office of Crypto Assets” and the “Office of Industrial Applications and Services” will join seven existing offices under the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) department which… Read More »U.S. SEC to set up a new office for crypto filings