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New Infrastructure Plan Could Quell Muni Demand, Barclays Says

A bipartisan U.S. infrastructure plan that doesn’t include higher taxes for individuals and corporations could squelch the intense demand for municipal bonds seen this year from investors looking to shield some of their income, according to Barclays Plc.

Schwab Charitable Platform Beats Suit Over Donor Advised Funds

Charles Schwab & Co. and its $15 billion charitable investing platform defeated a proposed class action claiming they steer money earmarked for charity into high-fee proprietary mutual funds, after a California federal judge determined that the donor clients lack standing.

New Yorkers Fear Being Priced Out in Property Tax Revamp

New York City residents and politicians warned in a series of recent hearings that a proposal to assess property taxes based on 100% of their home’s market value would unfairly burden low and moderate-income workers, seniors, and retirees living on fixed income, and others.

Why PwC Is Betting $12B on Strategic Makeover

Jun.17 -- Tim Ryan, PwC U.S. chairman and senior partner, discusses the accounting and consulting firm's planned $12 billion strategic revamp on "Balance of Power."

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