Money

Open banking, BNPL and banking transformation

Evolve or die, they say. This is an extreme claim, a bit simplistic in some ways, but the principle holds true in financial services, especially banking. For, after all, most basic banking services – the mainstays that have been around for decades, if not centuries – are targeted by digitally …

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Native Americans strike back at tribal lenders

Native Americans are taking a stand on behalf of tribal lenders amid an attack by special interest organizations attempting to bankrupt local businesses serving an often overlooked community. A Native American advocacy group says opponents of tribal loans are promoting a “false and often racist narrative.” For years, the National …

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TEB BANCORP: Management report and analysis of the financial situation and operating results (form 10-K)

This discussion and analysis reflects our consolidated financial statements and other relevant statistical data, and is intended to enhance your understanding of our financial condition and results of operations. The information in this section has been derived from the consolidated financial statements, which appear elsewhere in this annual report. You …

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Alternative minimum tax (AMT) rules and who pays

What is the Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT)? The Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT) is calculated using a different set of rules designed to ensure that some taxpayers pay at least a minimum amount of income tax. AMT calculations limit certain breaks for some taxpayers so their tax bill is higher. AMT …

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Getting the Most Out of the Chase Ink Cash Credit Card

Reward programs for many business credit cards offer bonuses on common business expenses, so the question of whether a particular card is right for you comes down to how much you spend in those categories. If your business spends a lot of money on telecommunications, office supplies, restaurants, and gas, …

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