• Business Accounting

    College of Business to Offer Free Tax Prep for Low Income Households

    With tax filing season now in session, the Idaho State University College of Business accounting department will once again offer the opportunity for students and the community to get their taxes filed for free through  the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program (VITA) starting January 27 through April 7.  Students will begin filing every Thursday from 5 – 9 p.m. in the Rendezvous Complex Room 213. The Rendezvous is located on Martin Luther King Jr. Way in Pocatello. VITA will not be held on March 24 due to spring break. Masks will be required and all COVID precautions followed.  To qualify  

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  • Business News

    What CEOs are really saying when they lash out against ‘woke’ America

    This week, when BlackRock CEO Larry Fink defended his firm’s efforts to hold companies accountable for their environmental and social impact, he included a nod to his critics who’ve accused him of forcing a liberal agenda on businesses. “It is not a social or ideological agenda,” he wrote in his closely watched annual letter to clients. “It is not ‘woke.’ It is capitalism.” Translation: Don’t be angered by this do-gooder approach, Wall Street — this is just what’s good for business. To be sure, Fink, whose firm has more than $10 trillion in assets under management, isn’t wrong: Studies show 

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  • Home Insurance

    Homeowners Insurance Isn’t a One-size-fits-all Proposition

    What’s Covered? By Mark Morris Michael Long says inflation in the cost of construction materials is complicating the equation of replacement protection.   When preparing a homeowners policy, insurance companies want to know all the details. They’re not being nosy — they just want to accurately cover any potential loss, even the unexpected ones. Indeed, insurance agents who spoke with BusinessWest said every homeowners policy begins with a worksheet that captures anything and everything about the home. Inquiries range from the obvious — like the age of the house, square footage, and condition of the roof — to details about the  

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  • Financial Management

    Briefcase: Wealth management firm hires Santa Fe vice president

    Robert H. Hoffman Robert H. Hoffman has joined Morgan Stanley Wealth Management’s Santa Fe Office as vice president and financial advisor. Hoffman spent 17 years working for UBS, a Swiss multinational investment bank and financial services company. He holds a bachelor’s degree from the College of Wooster in Ohio, a master of business administration from the Stern School, New York University, and a master of divinity from Ascension Theological College in Washington. Hoffman will be partnering with the Compass Rose Group in Albuquerque to bring his expertise in wealth management and fixed income management to the team. Morgan Stanley,  

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  • Financial Analysis

    Become a certified investment financial analyst with help from this discounted nine-course bundle

    The Hill may be compensated and/or receive an affiliate commission if you buy through our links. The financial market is no place for the faint of heart, or the underprepared. The unpredictable nature of modern challenges has been augmented by a pandemic-related rollercoaster ride of sorts since 2020, but those with a strong foundation of fundamental knowledge can confidently move forward by leaning on proven techniques and maintain profits through these trying times. While working to separate yourself from a crowded pack of highly educated and motivated professionals, it is vital to leave no stone unturned and keep an eye  

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