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  • A guide to getting through financial hardship
    If you’re suffering through a period of financial hardship—whether it was caused by a loss of income, a medical emergency or some other challenging situation—you’re not alone.Approximately 64% of ...
    12/3/2021 - 11:26 pm | View Link
  • 4th Stimulus Check Update: The states offering checks or other benefits
    Financial aid has been on offer for low- and medium-income families across the United States throughout the COVID-19 crisis, with stimulus checks and other forms of support helping ...
    12/3/2021 - 9:31 pm | View Link
  • The Category Is Tax Trivia
    The Ultimate Quiz on U.S. Taxation, challenges the Tax Notes Talk team to a game of tax trivia and discusses his new book.
    12/3/2021 - 4:05 am | View Link
  • These states get the most money from the federal government
    As Americans head to the polls — or the mail-in ballot drop boxes — voters will weigh in on their own state's financial health based on who they elect in state, local and federal elections.To put ...
    12/2/2021 - 11:56 pm | View Link
  • 900,000 Americans could be forced to pay back unemployment benefits – take action NOW to avoid it
    HUNDREDS of thousands of California residents could be forced to repay unemployment benefits. Around 2.9million people in the state have received benefits since the Covid pandemic began in March ...
    12/2/2021 - 12:55 am | View Link
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  • Richest Americans pay almost no income taxes, report finds
    The 25 richest Americans paid little to no federal income taxes, according to a report released Tuesday by the nonprofit news organization ProPublica, a claim that has reignited debate about the ...
    12/2/2021 - 6:47 pm | View Website
  • Who Pays Income Taxes?
    The amount of taxes paid in this percentile is nearly twice as much their adjusted gross income (AGI) share. The top 10 percent of earners bore responsibility for over 71 percent of all income taxes paid and the top 25 percent paid 87 percent of all income taxes. Both of those figures represent an increased tax share compared to 2017.
    12/2/2021 - 4:38 pm | View Website
  • Richest Americans—Including Bezos, Musk And Buffett—Paid ...
    ProPublica found that while the median American household earning roughly $70,000 per year paid 14% in federal taxes each year, the 25 richest Americans (by Forbes’ tally) paid a “true tax ...
    12/2/2021 - 8:32 am | View Website
  • 61% of Americans paid no federal income taxes in 2020, Tax ...
    The top 20% of taxpayers paid 78% of federal income taxes in 2020, according to the Tax Policy Center, up from 68% in 2019. The top 1% of taxpayers paid 28% of taxes in 2020, up from 25% in 2019.
    12/2/2021 - 2:41 am | View Website
  • Federal Income Tax Data, 2021 Update | Tax Foundation
    Since 2001, the share of federal income taxes paid by the top 1 percent increased from 33.2 percent to a new high of 40.1 percent in 2018. In 2018, the top 50 percent of all taxpayers paid 97.1 percent of all individual income taxes, while the bottom 50 percent paid the remaining 2.9 percent.
    12/1/2021 - 11:35 pm | View Website
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