In the past week, there has been a slew of articles warning that we’re on the verge of a recession.
Despite the spending of consumers seemingly slowing down, their confidence is on the uptick.
With corporate profits increased by 141 percent since 1986 and wages decreased by 29 percent since 1970, more issues on income inequality arise.
Apart from the holidays, there's nothing more stressful than joining the bandwagon in filing taxes. Here's what you should know about filing your 2017 tax.
Reduced taxes and increased spending along with massive debts would only slow down the economy.
Critics doubt Trump's tax reform plans while supporters believe it will help lessen the U.S. deficit in the long run.
For the past eight years, Republicans have railed very strongly against increasing deficits and have even made overtures towards paying down America's national debt.
A top priority of the Trump presidency will be a reduction in the tax rate for the repatriation of foreign earnings on U.S. companies.