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NRF: Americans Plan to Save Tax Refunds
Danielle Max IDEX February 22
In what could be bad news for retailers, a report from the National Retail Federation says that Americans are planning to save their tax refunds this year rather than pumping the money back into the economy.
Reporting Cash Transactions; File Electronically for Security and Speed
Suzan Flamm Diamonds.net Feb. 23
Our industry has long been familiar with the obligation to report to the U.S. Treasury Department when sellers receive over $10,000 in cash. Some companies submit many 8300 Forms every year, documenting these transaction, and others rarely receive large quantities of cash and thus only infrequently file.
During the first week of February, fine jewelry and gemstones took over two cities in Arizona–with the gem shows scattered across Tucson and the Centurion show in Scottsdale–highlighting the trends in finished jewels and colored stones that will be seen throughout 2015.
This had to be one of the best years for jewelry ever on the Oscars Red Carpet. Bold earrings and sparking ear cuffs turned out to be just the opening act for the big bold statement necklaces that followed.
It is the biggest classic emerald cut perfect diamond to ever be auctioned. Its category is Type IIa â€“ a category kept aside for only the most valuable diamonds of all time. Stones under this category are free of any imperfections, and the rating D has been given for its color