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No, Billionaires Don’t Pay Lower Tax Rates Than Wage Workers

It's been repeated often: billionaires pay less taxes than the traditional working class. But though it's been repeated, that doesn't necessarily make it true. While billionaires have many methods of reducing their taxes, these are the same methods that are open to the working class as well. As a whole, many working people get refunds and credits back, and may not pay much in taxes at all. Let's look at the truth behind billionaires and the taxes they pay. The Difference Between Assets and Income First: the major misunderstanding many people have has to do with assets and income. A ...Continue reading

Is Travel Insurance Worth As Much As You Think it is?

With the holidays fast approaching, it'll soon be "the most wonderful time of the year." And when the holiday season hits, Americans start to hit the road, as they venture by plane, land, and even by sea to visit with loved ones and share in the joy of the holiday season. It translates into big dollars spent on airfare, hotels and even rental cars in many cases. Any time an individual is booking travel, whether it's at a busy time of the year or not, they're often posed a key question when it comes time to enter payment for their ...Continue reading

1 in 5 Americans Are Stashing Cash to Prepare for a Recession

How worried are you about the potential of a coming economic recession? Not worried at all? Slightly concerned? On red alert? Regardless of your take on the current state of the economy and the other factors that may have caused the stock market to fluctuate in recent weeks, some say that we're just flat-out due for a recession. Maybe that's why a new study from MetLife states that about 17 percent of all adults over the age of 18 have been secretly stashing away cash in case the economy bottoms out. Furthermore, more than 20 percent of all respondents to ...Continue reading

Kellogg Became a Buy with Simple Re-Branding

Kellogg Company (K) is priced right around $62, and has been in the news lately as the company has thrown its hat into the meat substitute ring. Kellogg also offers a dividend around 4%, so those who lean toward guaranteed returns are always considering a stake in this food manufacturer. Let's take a look at whether Kellogg is worth your hard-earned money. Most people assume Kellogg is strictly limited to breakfast cereals such as Special K. Kellogg sells several different cereals, toaster pastries, crackers, frozen waffles, cereal bars, fruit flavored snacks and more. As noted above, Kellogg is now selling ...Continue reading

The U.S. Steel Industry Just Got Downgraded

America's domestic steel industry just got downgraded from "stable" to "negative," and that's going to have some serious consequences for American steel companies. It's expected that the current issues with the American steel industry will continue for some time, as manufacturing has steadily slowed. Short-term, it's possible that U.S. steelmakers may need to shutter mills, and jobs may be lost — but this may be necessary for long-term growth. Here's the latest on the industry's uphill battle. Steel Prices Continue to Struggle It can be difficult for any to understand why steel prices keep dropping when tariffs keep rising. In ...Continue reading

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