Andrew Keshner, Moneyish

Andrew Keshner


New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Andrew:

Silicon Valley Bank collapse: What should you do if your bank closes down?

There were 561 bank failures from 2001 through 2022, according to data from the FDIC. → Read More

Biden's wealthy tax hike ideas may peek at '24 campaign ideas

With the House of Representatives under Republican control, Biden’s proposals to tax the rich are unlikely to become law anytime soon. → Read More

Whatever happened to new investors from 2020? Market turmoil, meme stocks and crypto didn't scare them off.

A new survey catching up with people who started brokerage accounts in 2020 said three-quarters of them are still maintaining their accounts. → Read More

Employee Appreciation Day gestures are nice, but here's what employees really want.

On Friday, some workers might have read a nice email from their boss or received a surprise gift. But is that enough? → Read More

‘I’m holding my breath’: What will happen if the Supreme Court blocks Biden’s student-loan forgiveness plan?

'Their financial situation will be even worse because once you default, the hardship on you is exponentially greater,' said Justice Sonia Sotomayor. → Read More

Eli Lilly CEO says $35 for monthly insulin ‘should be the new standard in America’

Eli Lilly & Co. said Wednesday it's capping out-of-pocket insulin costs at $35 → Read More

Worried about a smaller income-tax refund? You’re not alone — and you're probably not wrong.

Early numbers from the IRS on this year's filing season show refunds will be lower. → Read More

How much does Berkshire Hathaway pay in taxes?You'll need binoculars to see it.

'At Berkshire we hope and expect to pay much more in taxes during the next decade,' Buffett said in his annual shareholder letter. → Read More

Will you have to report your inflation-relief payment to the IRS?

The IRS has offered guidance for residents of the 21 states that made direct payments to help people keep up with rising costs. → Read More

Americans’ credit-card balances just zoomed past prepandemic levels

Credit-card debt totaling $986 billion in the fourth quarter has surpassed the prepandemic high of $927 billion, New York Fed researchers said. → Read More

It’s tax-filing season. How will Biden’s pick to lead the IRS improve the agency?

Danny Werfel, the Biden administration’s pick for IRS commissioner, appeared before the Senate Finance Committee for a confirmation hearing today. → Read More

Looking for a new job? Brush up your résumé with a computer algorithm. Seriously, it could pay off.

Artificial Intelligence is hot now. So are questions about the strength of the job market. → Read More

IRS says people in most states who got inflation-relief payments don't have to report it on their taxes. Here's where.

The IRS is not going to tax payments from most of the states that cut checks to residents last year in order to help them defray rising living costs. → Read More

Will the IRS give me a tax break on my Super Bowl gambling losses?

Super Bowl betting could break records as more states allow legal sports wagering. → Read More

Did you receive an ‘inflation check’ last year? IRS is now deciding if your state's one-time payment is taxable.

Approximately 20 states authorized one-time payments to residents in the face of high inflation. → Read More

‘I just started renting my house out on Airbnb’: What income-tax deductions can I claim on this property?

'Can somebody count part of the mortgage as a deduction? What about utilities and cable?' a reader asks. → Read More

The IRS audits Black taxpayers at far higher rates, study says

'Black taxpayers are audited at 2.9 to 4.7 times the rate of non-Black taxpayers,' researchers from Stanford University and the Treasury Department say. → Read More

IRS says ‘Tax Day’ will be different this year — put these important tax dates on your calendar

Two thirds of households received income-tax refunds last year, IRS statistics show. → Read More

The outage of an FAA alert system has snarled flights

The 'Notice to Air Missions systems' suffered an overnight outage, the FAA said → Read More

Your boss will no longer be able to make you sign noncompete agreements — if federal regulators have their way

Approximately 30 million workers are bound by the clauses, according to the FTC. → Read More