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City Insider: Mario Draghi skipping Davos (Patrick Jenkins, Financial Times) Obviously the nearly 20% devaluation of the euro against the Swiss franc made the excursion unaffordable for euro honcho. The official announcement said something about preparing for the ECB (European Central Bank) governing council meeting the same week. This article mentions something about getting ready for QE.
Tax Breaks for the Middle Class (MSN Money) Slide show covers retirement savings deductions, earned income tax credit and more. There can be earned income tax credit for incomes as high as AGI (adjusted gross income) of $52,427.
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