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America’s billionaires have become even richer since Donald Trump became president, and it says a lot about the country’s record-high weal...
Household wealth has remained relatively flat over the past 30 years. In 2018, the gap between the rich and the poor widened to an all-time high.
Trump’s biggest accomplishments and failures as president as he heads into a reelection year after impeachment
Trump will have to lean on his record as president while seeking to convince Americans he deserves a second term.
Republicans promised Americans could file taxes on a ‘postcard’ — but that tax form is officially dead
The Republican tax postcard — a selling point for the 2017 tax reforms — is dead after a year, and a tax expert believes its demise was "inevitable."
Rich New Yorkers are fleeing to Miami to escape high taxes. I spent 3 days there, and it was immediately clear why so many people are making the move....
New York millionaires who relocate to Florida can save more than $1 million in taxes, and buying a home in Miami will get you more bang for your buck than in NYC.
Wealthy CEOs and hedge-fund managers are flocking to Miami for the tax breaks, and it’s creating massive waiting lists at the area’s elite...
An influx of rich out-of-state buyers seeking tax breaks is creating massive waiting lists at Miami's elite private schools.
US inequality is only getting worse, and the ‘dynastic wealth’ bemoaned by Warren Buffett may be one of the reasons why
Income inequality has increased in the US over the years, and many consider generational wealth to be one of its key causes.
NYC hedge-fund managers and Silicon Valley CEOs are flocking to Miami as ‘tax refugees,’ and it’s sparking record, ultra-luxury real...
Tech CEOs and hedge-fund managers are fleeing to Miami, where a top broker is seeing 'record sales' of multimillion-dollar, ultra-luxury homes.
SmartAsset used its paycheck calculator to find the take-home pay for a $75,000 salary — or what you bring home after taxes — in 25 big cities.
The IRS will accept tax returns even if the partial government shutdown continues, and you can file as early as January 28
When can you expect to file your 2018 taxes? If you have your W-2 form, the IRS will accept your tax return beginning January 28.
President Donald Trump's tax law boosted take-home pay for about 90% of Americans. Here's what people who earn $75,000 bring home.