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Expanding the Net Investment Income Tax - Aug. 01, 2022

Expanding the Net Investment Income TaxDespite borrowing massive amounts of money, the government still needs to find ways to raise revenue to pay for new programs and spending. The current democratically controlled Congress is looking to potentially implement new social programs and a climate bill. As a way of funding these initiatives, they are considering an expansion of the Net […] read more

How Businesses Can Mitigate Inflation & Maintain Pricing Power - Aug. 01, 2022

How Businesses Can Mitigate Inflation & Maintain Pricing PowerWhether it’s tariffs, trade wars or post-pandemic inflation caused by kink-ridden supply chains and what many experts believe to be excess money printing, inflation is an insidious drag on businesses’ operations. When it comes to energy’s contribution to inflation, the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) reports that crude and natural gas prices in 2022 have […] read more

Stock Splits, Explained - Aug. 01, 2022

Stock Splits, ExplainedImagine selling slices of a large pizza. You can cut it into four even slices and charge $2 a slice. Or, you can cut it into eight even slices and charge $1 per slice. Either way, the total value of the pizza will still be $8. That’s what happens when a stock splits. Let’s say […] read more

8 Ways to Save on School Supplies - Aug. 01, 2022

8 Ways to Save on School SuppliesEven though summer is still somewhat in full swing, school will be starting soon. Yes, you heard that right. This means that you probably need to get prepared for the inevitable cash outlay ahead. But it doesn’t have to cost an arm and a leg. Here are some ways to navigate the upcoming expenditures and […] read more

The IRS is Auditing Fewer Returns than Ever - Jul. 01, 2022

The IRS is Auditing Fewer Returns than EverOne of the perennial fears of taxpayers is getting audited by the IRS. Financially, few scenarios strike such fear into the heart of taxpayers. However, taxpayers can probably breathe a sigh of relief – at least for now. This is because the rate at which the IRS is initiating audits of individual taxpayers is dropping […] read more