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2017 Business Tax Climate: Chilliest in Blue States

The Tax Foundation has released the 2017 State Business Tax Climate Index, which ranks the fifty states according to five indices: corporate tax, individual income tax, sales tax, unemployment insurance tax, and property tax. Here are the ten states with the best and worst business tax climates: 1 Wyoming 41...

South Carolinians’ incomes grew 4.3 percent last year, but still lag behind nation

South Carolinians saw their household incomes rise in 2015 – but not as fast as the rest of the country. Real median household income for South Carolinians grew by 4.3 … Click to Continue »

Why We’ll Need a Universal Basic IncomeImagine a little gadget...

Why We’ll Need a Universal Basic Income Imagine a little gadget called an i-Everything. You can’t get it yet, but if technology keeps moving as fast as it is now, the i-Everything will be with us before you know it. A combination ofShow More Summary

Income Investors Just Got A Gift From The SEC

WASHINGTON, DC - JUNE 14: SEC Chairman Mary Jo White testifies during a Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee hearing on Capitol Hill, June 14, 2016 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images) Cheap bonds are hard to find in a world dominated by negative short-term interest rates. Record-low [...]

New Study Says Rising Inequality Is Killing the Economy

Non-rich people tend to spend 100 percent of their income, or close to it. Rich people don't. They spend, say, 50 percent of their income and save the rest. This difference is called the "marginal propensity to consume," and it seems like it might be a problem if income inequality is rising. Show More Summary

Common Sense: 2 Numbers Can Answer the Donald Trump Tax Question

Mr. Trump’s adjusted gross income and actual federal taxes paid for the past five years are numbers that any taxpayer can understand.

Women are a quarter of the 1 percent

A new paper determined that women make up a smaller fraction of those with high incomes the closer you get to the top, in the famed 1 percent that everyone talks about, including politicians in America worth at least $200 million, such as Hillary Clinton. read more

Kansas City Fed Report: “U.S. Farm Economy Slumps into the Fourth Quarter”

Nathan Kauffman indicated in a column posted yesterday at the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City Online (“U.S. Farm Economy Slumps into the Fourth Quarter“) that, “In August, expectations for 2016 farm income were revised up modestly from the February forecast, but income was still expected to decline notably from a year ago. The U.S. […]

The Decline of the Middle Class is Causing Economic Damage

Larry Summers: The decline of the middle class is causing even more economic damage than we realized: I have just come across an International Monetary Fund working paper on income polarization in the United States that makes an important contribution...

Five facts about your 401(k) every retiree should know

Ignorance could cost you money or leave you short of your income goals.        

Want Grow Your Business? Think Like Tom Sawyer

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Entrepreneur Navid Moazzez was able to raise his visibility, authority, and income by leveraging the Tom Sawyer effect. Here are 5 simple ways that you can too.

Rise in income for the poor and middle class

We know that income increased by a lot in 2015, but for who? If it’s just the rich getting richer, then the rise doesn’t mean much for a lot of… Tags: income, Upshot

Five Legitimate Passive Income Ideas

If someone gave you a million dollars, you’d never have to work again – but not for the reasons you think. The big leg up that a stack of cash provides isn’t the means to buy stuff with it now. It’s the ability to invest it so that your money works for you, while you potentially do nothing at all. Show More Summary

NOE SKY HOUSE: FRESH PRICE

Flexible Smart Home, 6BR/5BA, Legal Apt + Income 3 Decks, Deep Garden, Views, 2 Car Garage 22 Harper Street San Francisco, CA Wendy Storch, 415.519.6091 Wendy@WendyStorch.com [SOTHEBY’S]

Giddy Up, Q400: Taking the Cowboy Boots Express to Montana

“Take a trip for only $7!” Not today. There are many stories out there that will tell you how to travel super cheap. That’s not this story. I am a middle class professional, without a lot of disposable income, so I need to make sure I spend it wisely. Show More Summary

Here’s who’s seen Trump’s tax returns (and it’s not just his accountant)

While Donald Trump won't publicly release his income tax returns, he has turned them over when it suited his needs — if he stood to make a profit, needed a loan or when a judge forced him. Continue reading ? The post Here’s who’s seen Trump’s tax returns (and it’s not just his accountant) appeared first on PBS NewsHour.

Ask RiotACT: VoIP and local calls – iinet

Hi Rioters. I have just been moved (their choice not mine) by iinet to ADSL2, including VoIP phone. Incoming calls are fine but I can only make out-going local calls by prefixing the number with the local area code (02). Mobile and interstate area code numbers work fine. Furthermore I cannot make calls to 13 numbers. […]

How This Blogger Wrote Her Way To A Six-Figure Salary - Part 1

Well, Holly Porter Johnson either missed that message or disregarded it altogether. She's poised to invoice $225,000 in freelance work alone which does not include income from her blog ClubThifty.com.

Main Street Sucker Punched on the Housing "Recovery" -- Fed Left No Way Out

``Mainstream economists give the Fed credit for stimulating this "recovery." But, in fact the Fed has created a Catch 22 with no way out. The only thing the Fed has stimulated is house price inflation while destroying interest income on savings for millions of ordinary Americans, especially former middle class retirees. ''

604,000 uninsured veterans in 2017 unless more states expand Medicaid

- More than 600,000 military veterans are likely to be without health coverage next year unless more states expand income eligibility for the Medicaid program, researchers at the Urban Institute … Click to Continue »

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