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The One-Year Shopping Ban: How This Woman Lived On Just 51% Of Her Income

Four years ago, Cait Flanders, a personal finance writer in Vancouver who turns 30 tomorrow, pulled out her credit cards and faced the truth she had been avoiding for years: She was $25,000 CAD ($19,800 USD) in debt, and most of it had been frittered away. Student loans accounted for $4,500 [...]

Tyga, SnapChat IPO And The Future Financial Health of NBA And NFL Players??

The NBA Players Association is one of the world’s wealthiest unions per member on the planet. There are tens of thousands of CEOs of corporations, but only 360 of the best players in the world. But the income is fleeting. For only a brief period in their lives they make [...]

So What’s a Taxpayer To Do?

Almost all taxpayers who retain tax return preparers to prepare their federal income tax returns do so because they find the task too challenging. They turn to tax return preparers because they are accustomed to handing tasks to experts when the requirements surpass the client’s level of competence. Show More Summary

Social Security Q&A: Will My Benefit Increase if I Work Past 66?

The PIA calculation is based on the average of your highest 35 years of past covered earnings, where earnings prior to age 60 are indexed (blown up) to reflect economy-wide wage growth between the year you earned the income and the year you reached age 60. Show More Summary

Let’s abandon the Democrats: On TPP, workers’ rights and income inequality, they are as bad as GOP

Two-party system is hopeless for creating progressive change. Let's take a page from marriage activists and fight

Dividend Companies I am Considering this Month

The goal of every dividend investor is to generate dividend income that is larger than their annual expenses. This coveted goal is called the dividend crossover point. Regular readers know that my goal is to reach the dividend crossover point somewhere around 2018. Show More Summary

Tax Filing Is All Set To Start. But First, Check Your Form 26AS Thoroughly!

Don’t you dare to forget to check Form 26AS prior to filing your Income Tax Return. Form 26AS, a consolidated tax statement, is issued to PAN holders. Also referred to as Annual Statement or Tax Credit Statement, it has every tax related...Show More Summary

Pope Clashes With Republicans Over Climate Change And Poor

Leaders in the Roman Catholic Church urged Republican presidential candidates to follow the edicts of Pope Francis and focus their attention on climate change and income inequality. Last weeks announcement from Iowa bishops is the first time a U.S. Show More Summary

How to Intentionally Realize Capital Gains

Tax opportunities present themselves at every level of income. Although for most tax brackets we recommend avoiding realizing capital gains, if you are in the 0% capital gains bracket, we have a completely different recommendation. In 2013, capital gains taxation became very complex. Now, there are at least four different tax [...]

Two High-Yield Stocks With Payouts Too Good To Last And Possibly Won't

Investors suffer a double-whammy when one of their holdings cuts its dividend, missing out on income and suffering a loss of principal in the subsequent selloff.

Making apps for love, not money

Very few people are willing to pay for content any more, be it music, news, or apps. Singers are seeing revenues plummet thanks to streaming, web sites are folding due to lack of income, and developers aren't able to feed their families simply by selling through the App Store. Show More Summary

Greece Faces Another Income Inequality Squeeze Game

Did Greece initially put itself into a bad place? Certainly. Even a number of economists, including two Nobel Prize winners, who have urged debt relief and a grace period, including greatly improved tax collection, have said as much. As the story of Greece, the EU, the European Central Bank, and the [...]

Savings after retirement: A survey

Rich US retirees are known to spend their last years living it up in retirement hubs such as Florida. This column presents new evidence from the US suggesting that, in fact, those with high incomes run down their assets more slowly than implied by the basic life cycle model. Show More Summary

7 Things People Starting Their Own Business Should Know

Gone are the days where the most viable option for most citizens to get an income was to get the... The post 7 Things People Starting Their Own Business Should Know appeared first on Lifehack.

10 Steps To Transform Yourself From An Employee To A Boss

Becoming your own boss is a major shift in responsibility. For the first time, your income will be directly linked... The post 10 Steps To Transform Yourself From An Employee To A Boss appeared first on Lifehack.

A $6 Million Dollar Pick-Up? Where are Democrats Howling About “Income Inequality”

Really, a $6 million pick-up truck. We’ll just show it to you. It was up for auction, top bid was $50,000. Since there was a minimum bid, we don’t know what the minimum was, it didn’t sell. When we first saw the headline about a $6 million pick-up we thought the story was about Kim Kardashian. Show More Summary

Tax Like It Is July 4, 1776

Wall Street Journal op-ed: What Life Was Like in 1776, by Thomas Fleming (Former President, Society of American Historians; Author, What America Was Really Like in 1776 (2012)): Americans [in 1776] had the highest per capita income in the civilized world, paid the lowest taxes—and were determined to keep it...

Minecraft: Story Mode trailer from Telltale is the Lego Movie meets Wreck-It Ralph

There’s a new Minecraft game incoming and it’s just got its first preview at Minecon in London. ‘Minecraft: Story Mode‘ is an adventure game, by Telltale Games, home of the classic ‘Monkey Island’ as well as ‘Game of Thrones’ and ‘Walking Dead’ tie-ins. Show More Summary

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