Saturday: This Week's Ten Most Popular TaxProf Blog Posts Perry Fleischer Presents How Is The Opera Like The Soup Kitchen? Today At Melbourne Senate Bill Would Exempt Student Loans Discharged For Any Reason From Being Taxed As Income Amazon Enters Student Loan Business The IRS Scandal, Day 1171 Sunday: If...
Income inequality is rising and working Americans feel like they aren't getting ahead. Welcome to the rigged economy. Here's how it works. From AJ+
At Comic-Con, CEO of Niantic John Hanke talked about the initial rollout of Pokémon Go and new features that will be making their debut in the coming years, including the addition of new pokémon and a trading feature that will allow players to trade pokémon. Show More Summary
(July 25, 2016 12:09 AM, by Bryan Caplan) Immigrants use less welfare the natives, holding income constant. Immigrants are far less likely to be in jail than natives, holding high school graduation constant. On the surface, these seem like striking results. But I've heard a couple of smart... (1 COMMENTS)
Kourtney Kardashian takes off her jacket before getting in her truck at an airport on Saturday (July 23) in Van Nuys, Calif. The 37-year-old reality star was joined on the incoming flight by her ex Scott Disick and their three kids (not pictured). The family just got back from a vacation in Nantucket, Mass., and [...]
I am a nerd, and I have disposable income, and those two things mean that I end up buying a lot of technology. I buy some for utility and some just because it’s shiny and I have relatively few defenses against shiny. This has recently led me to consider, out of all the tech that […]
“Farmers will continue to rely on off-farm income to pay their bills. They will choose loan payments over savings accounts, chicken feed over dental care. They will face the heartbreaking decision to leave their farms.”
Two days before Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump announced Indiana Gov. Mike Pence as his running mate, he spoke to Crain’s about more parochial issues that may shape how... To view the full story, click the title link...
Kaine’s emails show he was engaged on everything from traffic flows on southbound I-95 to explanations on why he picked one state lawmaker over another to sponsor income tax legislation. “Because I know him much better,” the governor wrote. – Kaine email trove shows media-savvy micromanager, Darren Samuelsohn, Politico, today I thought it was time […]
Senators Cory Booker (D-NJ), Bob Menendez (D-NJ), Debbie Stabenow (D-MI), Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), and Ron Wyden (D-OR) have introduced the Student Loan Tax Relief Act: The bill amends the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to exempt student loans discharged for any reason from being taxed as income, including through participation...
Incoming Washington freshman Markelle Fultz puts down an electric dunk in the FIBA U18 Americas.
The IFS reported this week that income inequality, as measured by the Gini coefficient, hasn’t much changed since the early 1990s. This does not, however, mean that it is not a problem. There are several reasons why it is. One...
LIMA (Reuters) - Hundreds of Peruvians who view the country's former authoritarian leader Alberto Fujimori as a misunderstood hero marched through the streets of downtown Lima on Friday to demand the incoming president free him from prison.
We may have Trouble in Potomac City. Household Net Worth as a Percentage of Disposable Income is soaring … just like it did prior to the 2 previous recessions. The post Trouble In Potomac City? Household Net Worth As % of Disposable Income Is Flashing Trouble was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!
As student loan debt continues to grow, Senators Bob Menendez (D-NJ) and Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) have introduced the Student Loan Tax Relief Act which would exempt discharged student loans from being taxed as income.
In a system built on building and distributing "sandwiches," why do so many go hungry? The post Hungry Men, Income Inequality, and the Thousand Foot Sandwich—Is It Only One Way or Not At All? appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Some retirees are using reverse mortgages, once unpopular after years of lending abuses, to supplement income sources or to finance long-term care.
Much is being made this political season over the stagnant incomes of middle-class workers and what can be done to improve their living standards. Solutions have ranged from more targeted tax cuts—such as “payroll tax cuts, family-friendly...Show More Summary
In an effort to both serve our readers and help support The A.V. Club, we are going to post daily links to deals and interesting items that we find over on Amazon. If you use these links to click through and buy something—not just the thing you clicked—on Amazon, we will see a portion of that income. Show More Summary
Uh-oh! Would they still have jobs with starting salaries of $180K if they failed?