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Корпоративное управление и саморегулирование в системе институциональных изменений

Р. М. Энтов

Настоящая работа является составной частью цикла исследований ИЭПП в сфере институциональных изменений, происходящих в рамках переходной экономики. Особое внимание уделяется современным методам теоретических и эмпирических исследований, позволяющим выявить влияние различных институциональных изменений на процессы экономического роста, в частности, проблемам налаживания механизмов, в децентрализованном порядке обеспечивающих рынок и регулятивные инстанции необходимой хозяйственной информацией. Специальные разделы работы посвящены проблемам саморегулирования хозяйственных отношений и особенностям становления системы саморегулирования в России.

Social Security For Dummies

Jonathan Peterson

“Social Security for Dummies is a must read for people of any age who want a comfortable retirement. … The difference between a smart claiming strategy and a dumb one can cost you hundreds of thousands of dollars, so you'll want to invest in this book.”    —Liz Weston,  personal finance columnist and author of the bestselling Your Credit Score and   The 10 Commandments of Money  Claim the benefits you’ve earned    The award-winning  Social Security For Dummies— now in its fourth edition— is the one guide you need to navigate the often-complex world of Social Security benefits. You’ll learn when to start claiming, how much you can expect to receive, where to find Social Security calculators, and more.  Since 1937, workers across the United States have set aside a portion of their wages to fund Social Security, which, for many of us, forms the basis of our retirement income. Despite its central importance in our lives, few of us understand how Social Security really works. That’s where  Social Security For Dummies  comes in. Written in an easy-to-follow, clear language, it provides comprehensive information on how to negotiate the sometimes labyrinthine system and claim everything you qualify for. You’ll learn how to:  · Navigate the Social Security website  · Know which options you qualify for  · Use Social Security calculators  · Get answers to frequently asked questions  Retirement is the time for you to kick back, relax, and enjoy the fruits of your labors— Social Security For Dummies  makes it easier. Praise for   Social Security For Dummies :    “ Social Security for Dummies  is a must read for people of any age who want a comfortable retirement. Jonathan Peterson does a great job of explaining this complicated system and helps you understand how to get the most from the benefits you've earned. The difference between a smart claiming strategy and a dumb one can cost you hundreds of thousands of dollars, so you'll want to invest in this book.”     —Liz Weston,  personal finance columnist and author of  The Ten Commandments of Money   “This is your go-to book on Social Security. Chock-full of useful tips, easy to use, and well organized, it answers all your questions about Social Security.”  — Steve Vernon,   author of  Money for Life: Turn Your IRA and 401(k) Into a Lifetime Retirement Paycheck  and CBS MoneyWatch commentator  “ Social Security for Dummies[i] is indispensable for anyone who wants to get the best possible deal from Social Security – and that means all of us, young and old, because everyone will need Social Security benefits in this era of disappearing pensions and dwindling savings. Strategies for single people, for married couples, for survivors, for divorced people: You can find expert advice on all these subjects and more in this ea

Ignore the Hype

Brian Perry

Secure your investment gains and supercharge your results with this down-to-earth analysis of investing fundamentals Via powerful and unique insights, Ignore the Hype: Financial Strategies Beyond the Media-Driven Mayhem teaches readers how to keep their focus squarely on time-tested strategies for meeting their financial goals without getting distracted by a constant barrage of news headlines. The book takes a common-sense approach to the financial world that’s ideally suited to the everyday investor. It covers topics including: How to avoid competing against hedge funds in a game they’ve rigged What you can do today to avoid taxes tomorrow Wall Street’s Dirty Secret: Forecasting is just guessing Why some of your investments have worse odds than a casino game How the media circus can derail your financial plans Surviving a world where financial advisors don’t have to act in your best interest Ignore the Hype emphasizes the difference between short-term trading and long-term investing, how to filter the constant onslaught of information coming your way from every angle and separate the valuable content from the noise, and how to build a foundation for investment success based on common sense and academic research.

The Elements of Investing

Burton G. Malkiel

Praise for THE ELEMENTS OF INVESTING "A common misperception is that successful investing requires a ton of money, a complicated portfolio, or a detailed understanding of where the markets are headed next. The truth is, sometimes the simplest approach is the toughest to beat. Charley Ellis and Burt Malkiel do a masterful job in The Elements of Investing of laying out clear, simple rules that any investor can follow to grow their wealth over time." —TIM BUCKLEY, Vanguard Chairman & CEO «These noted authors have distilled all you need to know about investing into a very small package. The best time to read this book is when you turn eighteen (or maybe thirteen) and every year thereafter.» —HARRY MARKOWITZ, Nobel Laureate in Economics 1990 «Struggling to find money to save? Befuddled by the bewildering array of investment choices? As you venture into the financial markets for the first time, it's helpful to have a trusted guide—and, in Charley Ellis and Burt Malkiel, you have two of the finest.» —JONATHAN CLEMENTS, author of The Little Book of Main Street Money «No one knows more about investing than Charley Ellis and Burt Malkiel, and no one has written a better investment guide. These are the best basic rules of investing by two of the world's greatest financial thinkers.» —CONSUELO MACK, Anchor and Managing Editor, Consuelo Mack WealthTrack

Form 1041

Stephen Brooks

Protect your clients' assets and shield their estates from increased taxation brought about by changing tax laws. This book can help you to understand the tax obligations of trusts and estates and how these obligations affect beneficiaries. It provides exercises and examples that reflect the calculation and allocation of taxable income and its presentation on the appropriate forms. In addition, you will also learn how to prepare federal Form 1041, US Income Tax Return for Estates and Trusts. Key topics covered include: How are trusts and estates taxed under the internal revenue code? What is a trust? What is a «simple trust?» What is a «complex trust?» How is the «income» of a trust or estate defined for tax purposes? What are the ordinary deductions and credits allowed? How is the «deduction for distributions» to beneficiaries determined? How are trust and estate beneficiaries taxed? What is a «grantor trust» and how is it taxed? How to prepare Form 1041.

Equity Markets, Valuation, and Analysis

H. Kent Baker

Sharpen your understanding of the financial markets with this incisive volume Equity Markets, Valuation, and Analysis brings together many of the leading practitioner and academic voices in finance to produce a comprehensive and empirical examination of equity markets. Masterfully written and edited by experts in the field, Equity Markets, Valuation, and Analysis introduces the basic concepts and applications that govern the area before moving on to increasingly intricate treatments of sub-fields and market trends. The book includes in-depth coverage of subjects including: · The latest trends and research from across the globe · The controversial issues facing the field of valuation and the future outlook for the field · Empirical evidence and research on equity markets · How investment professionals analyze and manage equity portfolios This book balances its comprehensive discussion of the empirical foundations of equity markets with the perspectives of financial experts. It is ideal for professional investors, financial analysts, and undergraduate and graduate students in finance.

Investment Banking For Dummies

Matthew Krantz

Get started in investment banking Ace your investment bank course Navigate bull and bear markets Excel in the world of investment banking One of the most lucrative fields in business, investment banking frequently perplexes even banking professionals working within its complex laws. Investment Banking For Dummies remedies common misconceptions with a straightforward assessment of banking fundamentals. This book tracks to typical university courses on the subject and helps students and professionals understand the fundamentals of investment banking. With new and updated content, this edition addresses the major financial changes that have occurred in recent years. Inside… Key investment banking operations Strategies for risk management Advice on cryptocurrencies Updated IPO coverage Discounted cash flow analysis Mergers and acquisitions Structuring a leveraged buyout Resources for investment bankers

The Taxable Investor's Manifesto

Stuart E. Lucas

The Taxable Investor's Manifesto: Wealth Management Strategies to Last a Lifetime is written for every investor with taxable wealth and every advisor who serves them. The Taxable Investor's Manifesto guides readers through a series of related topics, bringing clarity to complexity with an economy of words, while providing valuable and actionable advice at every turn. This remarkable book combines the deep industry knowledge of a seasoned practitioner with the communication skills of a leading educator. Author Stuart E. Lucas is the founder and Chief Investment Officer of Wealth Strategist Partners, a firm that advises complex family enterprises, including his own. He also co-founded the University of Chicago’s Private Wealth Management program, now in its fourteenth year. Most investment books only address pre-tax headline returns, but individuals pay taxes. The incentives and disincentives of our tax system can have a dramatic impact on actual investment time horizons and returns. The Manifesto sensibly folds tax incentives into investment strategy in ways that can add profound value over a lifetime to actual results. It includes guidance on: How to keep a greater percentage of your profits with a higher probability of success and less effort Why it’s important to manage the intersection of investment, tax and estate planning How to compete for better long-term investment returns against tax-exempt investors. Whether you're a young professional or entrepreneur, a mid-career manager, a senior business executive, or a retiree this book will give you tools to enhance your net worth considerably. If you are an advisor, studying and implementing Lucas's advice will strengthen your business and make your clients happier.

Money Minded Families

Stephanie W. Mackara

Teach your children to make sound financial decisions. Prepare them to use their money wisely and with a purpose Money issues challenge every family, no matter their background. That’s why Money Minded Families: How to Raise Financially Well Children offers advice on how every adult and child can be «financially well.» The book explores how we can align our individual values with finances, while planning for a more secure financial future. It looks at how we can save, spend, share, and invest with a purpose. The author supplies financial basics for families and direction on creating a family mission statement, in order to help drive mindful financial choices. With the help of this book’s holistic financial guidance, families can take steps to live their best financial lives, rather than simply getting by. Readers will find advice on: Practicing financial mindfulness Understanding the current financial landscape Spending with a focus on personal values Understanding key financial concepts Engaging in healthy financial socialization Becoming financially independent Today’s financial environment sets up unique challenges, including concerns over Social Security, sky-high college costs, and debt. Kids are more likely to make their buying decisions online rather than in stores. It’s important that children’s knowledge about money begins in the home. When parents actively teach their kids about money, it can contribute to their chances of future financial success. Within Money Minded Families , parents will find tools for evaluating and improving their own financial wellness. They can also teach their children about positive financial health using the book’s activities, which are organized by age.

Retirement Planning For Dummies

Matthew Krantz

Advice and guidance on planning for retirement Retirement Planning For Dummies is a one-stop resource to get up to speed on the critical steps needed to ensure you spend your golden years living in the lap of luxury—or at least in the comfort of your own home.  When attempting to plan for retirement, web searching alone can cause you more headaches than answers, leaving many to feel overwhelmed and defeated. This book takes the guesswork out of the subject and guides readers while they plan the largest financial obligation of their life. Take stock of your finances Proactively plan for your financial future Seek the help of professionals or go it alone Use online tools to make retirement planning easier Whether you're just starting out with a 401(k) or you’re a seasoned vet with retirement in your near future, this book helps younger and older generations alike how to plan their retirement.