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Election 2020 Could Become the Battle of the Billionaires

It's about to become billionaire vs. billionaire in the presidential election. In the last week or so, former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg has come out of the gate swinging in the DNC primaries, boasting an impressive 19% popularity and now second only to Bernie Sanders. Bloomberg has stumbled a little over some personal issues (notably, NDAs which may be covering for something more insidious), but otherwise has come out as a moderate favorite. All this leaves America wondering whether the upcoming presidential election may be run by economic titans, rather than the grass roots campaign style of Bernie ...Continue reading

IKEA is Letting its Customers Pay with Their Time

IKEA is experimenting with a new system: Letting customers pay with time. This app-driven prospect measures out how far customers need to drive to the IKEA and then doles it out in the form of discounts. And, if it works, it could change the way that some more distant companies are able to attract customers. Why is the home furnishing brand enacting such a bold experiment? Let's take a closer look. IKEA Dubai Wants to Encourage Customers to Come In The promotion is going to be rolled out first in Ikea Dubai, and then may be spreading elsewhere from there. ...Continue reading

Buying the Presidency? Mike Bloomberg is Spending $7 Million DAILY

One of the greatest ironies of the Democratic nomination process has been the amount of wealth held by the candidates -- most of whom have net worths far above anything their supporters could dream of. Bernie Sanders, who regularly slams other politicians for their own wealth (while not mentioning his own) went after another monied candidate, slamming former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg for his campaign spending spree. Sanders launched an attack at Bloomberg, stating that the billionaire was attempting to buy the presidency. This accusation came after the Federal Election Commission data released last week showed that the ...Continue reading

A New Tax Incentive for Stocks Could be Coming in 2020

To say that America has undergone some significant tax reform in the least several years would be an understatement, and there’s the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 to largely thank for that. And while you weigh common tax season dilemmas like whether to itemize or take the standard deduction this year and continue to navigate through the changes that are now in their sophomore year since the aforementioned Act was passed, there could be a new incentive coming down the pike in the not too distant future. What’s that potential tax incentive, you ask? Stocks. That’s right — ...Continue reading

5 Smart Things You Can do with Your Tax Refund

It's estimated that more than 110 million Americans, or roughly two-thirds of all taxpayers, received a tax refund from the IRS in 2019, with the average check coming in around $3,000. Now, it should go without saying that your goal when filing your taxes is to come as close to breaking even as possible. If you owe the IRS, it just means that you didn't withhold enough in taxes throughout the year, and if you're due a refund it means that you withheld too much and essentially gave the government an interest-free loan. However, as you can tell from the ...Continue reading

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