"Thank God someone is finally looking out for the wealthy people with big stock portfolios," Meyers says.
The evening of April 16th. A glass of red wine desperately in need of a refill sits next to a MacBook Air open to a Spotify window playing a song meant to give the illusion that the account owner is a responsible adult capable of completing required tasks in
Steven Mnuchin says the Trump administration doesn't understand why Amazon doesn't collect taxes for some of the goods.Read more about this at cnbc.com.
House Republicans passed the most extensive rewrite of the U.S. tax code in more than 30 years -- hours after the Senate passed the legislation -- handing President hiccup -- sent a bill to the president that provides a deep, permanent tax cut for corporations and shorter-term relief for individuals. Not
Congressional Republicans kicked off the final leg of their six-week legislative sprint to overhaul the U.S. tax code and deliver a major policy victory for President click here.Here are the latest developments, updated throughout the day:McCarthy Says House Will Have to Vote Again (4:48 p.m.) House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy
The $1.4 trillion item on President Donald Trump’s wish list -- a package of tax cuts for businesses and individuals that he has said he wants to sign before year’s end -- is headed into the legislative equivalent of a Black Friday scrum next week.Senate Republican leaders plan a make-or-break
We can’t decide if the Democrats read a different bill or are deliberately lying about it so people will freak out and screech about tax cuts. Can you imagine being SO wrapped up in taxes that you would lie about a bill that will give people all across the country
It was crunch time for Republican tax-writers on Thursday. The House Ways and Means Committee completed its tax-cut legislation and sent it on its way to the full House, while a Senate panel began revealing details of its own version. Here are the latest developments, updated throughout the day:Senate Bill
Months after the White House proposed ending a tax break for people in high-tax states, President
A buoyant and complacent stock market is worrying Richard H. Thaler, the University of Chicago professor who this week won the Nobel Prize in economics.“We seem to be living in the riskiest moment of our lives, and yet the stock market seems to be napping,” Thaler said, speaking by phone