On this tax day, let’s look at six handy tax facts that range from how to un-pay a tax, to the best tax act, to how U.S. taxes compare with Europe’s.
With the Congress having received President Trump’s 2020 federal budget proposal, a process with a rarely met October 1 deadline has begun.
Although the bailout of the Greek economy just ended, doubts remain about their ability to sustain their long-term debt obligations.
The six facts that summarize world debt identify the big borrowers, the risky borrowers, and the criteria for deciding how much to worry.
When Seattle tried using Democracy Vouchers to support campaign finance, the results were not entirely what they had expected.
Just combine Google Street View big data on 22 million cars with researchers at Stanford University and you learn lots about all of us.
Although the U.S. budget deficit just hit a five-year high, an economist could explain why politicians and voters are not worried.
Through just six facts about the U.S. debt, we can get a pretty good picture of what it is, who funds it, and where it might go.
Referring to “The Son of Man,” Belgian surrealist artist René Magritte said, “Everything we see hides another thing.” Instead, Magritte could have been describing corporate taxes. The U.S. Corporate Tax Cut National The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (TCJA)…