While many never lost their jobs this year, 30 to 40 million Americans either lost their jobs or had serious financial setbacks because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Approximately 20 million Americans took state unemployment benefits besides the $600 per week… Read More ›
You can tax people to a certain level until they revolt and look for alternatives to paying exorbitant taxes. We have been seeing this in high-tax states ever since President Trump signed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act and instituted… Read More ›
During the COVID-19 pandemic, countless people globally have lost their jobs, their freelancing work, or have in some other way been financially impacted. In America, we expect many of these people to lose the income they have been getting dropped… Read More ›
Justin Chandler was shocked and confused when he was given a citation for operating a business out of his home without first obtaining a license. Unlike many people who run home-based businesses, Chandler doesn’t actually sell anything. In fact, he… Read More ›
According to the Denver Post, Initiative 101’s campaign, the $12 an hour minimum wage hike ballot proposal, expects to deliver 200,000 petition signatures to the secretary of state’s office Monday. No doubt such proposals are politically popular. But the overwhelming body of… Read More ›
Is money an important factor for millionaires when they look for their potential partners? To help people have a better idea on this, MillionaireMatch.com, the largest millionaire dating site where users can connect with successful and wealthy people while searching… Read More ›
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