China Warms To a More Flexible Yuan

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After years of allowing nearly uninterrupted gains in the yuan, China is growing more willing to let it depreciate modestly while seeking to add flexibility to its trading.

New Life for an Old Industrial Property -- in Atlanta

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Jamestown Properties is bringing a formula to Atlanta that it honed in New York, San Francisco and elsewhere: converting massive industrial buildings into fashionable, mixed-used addresses.

The IRA Advantage of a Low Tax Bracket

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In years when your income is low, consider a Roth conversion, writes Jonathan Clements.

What to Know Before Donating Art

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Sure, it’s nice to get your name on a plaque on the wall. But the price may be much higher than you think.

Donating or Selling a Collection? How About Both?

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Art collectors looking to dispose of a pricey collection can sell it, often in pieces, donate it—or find a museum that will take the whole thing but pay only part of its value, with the rest becoming a tax-deductible donation.

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