Taxes are a job killer and a prime example is Philadelphia’s soda tax implemented earlier this year. Continue reading →
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Who Pays Federal Incomes Taxes?
Our federal income tax code is progressive and has different tax rates based upon income brackets. More you make, the more taxes you pay. Continue reading →
Small Business Owners Now View Regulation Worse Than Taxes
If President Donald Trump wants any of his Presidential legacy of to live on in a positive way, he better trash bureaucratic regulations that suffocate small business owners. Continue reading →
Business implements “Minimum Wage Assessment” fee into customers bills
Here’s one way business is creative when it comes to government increasing the cost of doing business. Continue reading →
How Indiana public school teachers could receive a big raise
Indiana public school teachers need to start assessing how their archaic
2016 NFL Injured Reserve already approaching $200 Million in payroll
One of the most frustrating things for an NFL fan is seeing their team decimated by player injuries. All the right players maybe on the team, but in a sport that is physical, injuries can derail any chances of having a winning season. Continue reading →
Federal government workers absent from work 41% more than private sector workers
Bureau of Labor has calculated days of worked missed due to absence of workers for various reasons. Continue reading →
Paycheck hell: 62% of Americans face no growth or cuts in wages
New survey is showing Americans pay in the last five years has remained stagnant.
Insane: Professor paid $120/hr to study minimum wage
Government is just stupid on their economic studies.
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NFL player fines are tax deductible
Every Monday or Tuesday after games are played during the NFL season the league hands out fines on players misconduct. Continue reading →