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Vegetarianism Stalinism Part 3: Natalie Bennett and Thought Crimes

4 hours agoNews : Slugger O'Toole

Mick noted the GB Green Party leader Natalie Bennett’s interview with Andrew Neil last week below. Much of the attention was focused on the Basic Income as Mick has noted. Also interesting was Ms. Bennett’s idea of replacing the Armed Forces with a Civil Defence Force whilst at the same time turning the British Defence more...

Income Inequality Is Irrelevant: North Dakota Has 6th Highest Threshold For “1%”

Fargo Forum reporter, and Occupy Wall Street enthusiast, Patrick Springer has an article today about income inequality in North Dakota, noting that the state has the 6th highest income threshold for inclusion in 1 percent. The maligned 1 percent, according to Springer: Membership in the much-maligned top 1 percent of income earners in North Dakota would...

Most doctors are financially illiterate

Many physicians I know are struggling to make ends meet while making several hundred thousand dollars per year. Despite growing incomes, their savings rates remain extremely low due to ever increasing expenses. What they do manage to save, they turn over to professional money managers. Continue reading... Your patients are rating you online: How […]

How Much to Be In Your State’s 1%?

8 hours agoNews : The Daily Beast

New study ranks our states by income disparity.

Silicon Valley Reinvents The Invisible Hand

9 hours agoTechnology : TechCrunch

Jobs are the lifeblood of the economy. Whether self-employed or company-employed, workers rely on steady incomes to consume goods and pay for all of the necessities of life. When jobs are plentiful, friction decreases between job applicants and employers, ensuring that income is earned earlier and more frequently. Read More

What's the state of income inequality in your state? Bad, terrible, or appalling?

10 hours agoUS Politics / Liberal : Daily Kos

The top one percent is out of control. As the economy recovered from recession between 2009 and 2012, the top one percent sucked up an estimated 95 percent of all income growth in the United States. There were 39 states where the top one percent took at least half of the income growth in that period. Show More Summary

Should Writers Be More Open About Their Income?

11 hours agoMedia / Publishing : GalleyCat

Writing books may be one’s most important work in life, but it is not always the easiest way to pay the bills. Even successful writers often have to come up with other ways to support themselves. In a piece for Salon, author and essayist Ann Bauer argues that writers should be more up front about this fact. Show More Summary

Turf Battle: 1922

Washington, D.C., 1922. "Football" is all it says here, so we're calling an incom­plete until someone comes up with a name. 5x7 glass negative. View full size.

The Average American Pays This Much in Income Taxes -- How Do You Compare?

1 Motley Fool contributor tells you how much the average American is paying in income taxes.

The Golden Age of Dividend Investing Is Dead

Dividend stocks may be the heart and soul of many retirement portfolios, but income investing has taken a sharp right turn since the mid 1990s. Find out why quality dividends today are so hard to find.

More Notes on the Citizen's Income

1. The first rule of polemic is if you're going to argue against someone's position, at least do it in an intellectually honest fashion. Falling short of this is Sally Gimson's piece on Progress. Sally attacks the Citizen's Income on...Show More Summary

Maher Rips Republicans For Sudden Embrace Of The Middle Class

Bill Maher used his New Rules segment this Friday evening to go after Republicans and their sudden new found love for the middle class and for pretending that they actually want to do something about income inequality in the United States. Show More Summary

State Senate GOP: No word from feds on probe of Dean Skelos

NBC New York reported Thursday night that U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara is looking into outside income Skelos has received.

Liquid Assets: Pay Down Debt or Make a Large Down Payment?

There are many factors that go into purchasing a home when you need financing. In addition to needing good credit, consistent employment and adequate income, you need liquid assets. The type of loan that you are applying for will determine the amount of assets that you need on hand. Show More Summary

10 Committed 2015 College Football Recruits Who Will Be Future SEC Stars

Whether it's right away or a few seasons from now, some of the SEC's top incoming recruits have "future star" written all over them. The conference that routinely dominates the recruiting game has another bumper crop of talent coming...Show More Summary

USDA’s farm “typology” report: defines small, midsize, large

The USDA has just posted its enormous—more than 700 pages—2012 Census of Agriculture (Farm Typology) report. Its definitions and results are impressive.  Definitions are based on a metric called Gross Case Farm Income (GCFI): Small             $350,000 but less than $1 million Large   […]

Corporate Profits Soar, Average Incomes Plummet

Al Jazeera, Economy Grows, Incomes Shrink: Americans Continue to Lose Money While Corporate Profits Soar, by David Cay Johnston (Syracuse): The first data on 2013 incomes show continuing bad news for Americans, my analysis of a new Internal Revenue Service report shows. Average income fell 2.6 percent in 2013, even...

Weekly Student Tax Note Roundup

Albert Farr (J.D. 2015, Tulane), Comment, Taxation of Marine Shipping Income: A Critique of U.S. Tax Laws in the Energy Transport Industry, 39 Tul. Mar. L.J. 321 (2014) Jessica Ho (J.D. 2012, Virginia), Note, How to Train a Toothless Dragon: Finding Room for Improvement in China’s Transfer Pricing Regulations, 54...

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