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Republicans say they’re fixing a tax loophole that benefits wealthy money managers. Don’t believe them.
Wall Street gave us plenty to squawk at this year, but Washington swoops in for the, um, win
Trump appointees and their heirs would get several — permanent — tax goodies, even more than regular rich people
At least five parts of the House GOP plan would benefit Trump and his family directly. And guess who’s going to pay for that?
The GOP tax plan appears to back away from reducing 401(k) contribution limits
On the other hand, the wealthy heirs of about 5,500 estates a year would come out even farther ahead
Will the 50,000 new jobs go north of the border?
I wouldn’t call this “tax reform.”
We increasingly put blind faith in machines. And now you have to pay most of the cost to protect yourself from problems Equifax may have caused you.
Social Security’s programs are self-sufficient on paper, but in reality they’re running into major problems.