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    1. Biden corporate tax hikes will hit the little guy

      Biden corporate tax hikes will hit the little guy

      President Joe Biden. In his Sept. 19 commentary, “So much for promises, promises,” Ira Stoll wrote about President Joe Biden’s repeated promise not to raise taxes on anyone earning less than $400,000 a year. Mr. Biden said, “We’re going to deliver these investments without raising taxes one cent on anyone making less than $400,000 a year.” Mr Stoll stated that Mr. Biden plans to raise the top income tax bracket to 39.6 percent from 37 percent and the corporate tax to 26.5 percent from 21 percent. Mr. Stoll goes on ...

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    2. Las Vegas Valley homebuyers looking for more space to stretch out

      The second floor in the model home at the KB Home community of Stonegate in Las Vegas Thursday, Feb. 25, 2021. (K.M. Cannon/Las @KMCannonPhoto KB Home Division President and Regional General Manager Brian Kunec at the Sales Center in the KB Home community of Stonegate in Las Vegas Thursday, Feb. 25, 2021. (K.M. Cannon/Las @KMCannonPhoto The home office in the model home at the KB Home community of Stonegate in Las Vegas Thursday, Feb. 25, 2021. (K.M.

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    3. Don’t believe Democrat promises on health care

      Don’t believe Democrat promises on health care

      Sen. Elizabeth Warren refused on at least five occasions at last week’s Democratic presidential debate to explain how much “Medicare for All” would cost and how it would be paid for. Sen. Bernie Sanders said, “At the end of the day, the overwhelming majority of people will save money on their health care bills. But I do think it is appropriate to acknowledge that taxes will go up.” Think about that. We will tax you more, but the tax increase will be offset with lower medical costs.

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    4. Taxes cost Americans more than amount spent on food, clothes and health care

      Taxes cost Americans more than amount spent on food, clothes and health care

      Last year, the average American household unit spent $18,600 on taxes. That included more than $9,000 on federal income taxes, $5,000 on Social Security taxes and more than $4,400 on state and local taxes. That’s according to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, analyzed by Terence Jeffrey with CNS News.

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    5. 7 Ways To Make The Most Of Your Paycheck

      7 Ways To Make The Most Of Your Paycheck

      It’s impossible not to be excited once your payday arrives. You put in long hours — perhaps you even earned some overtime — and you can’t wait to reward yourself. However, before spending your paycheck on anything, always ask yourself: Am I budgeting my paychecks wisely? As tempting as it might be to blow your next paycheck at the mall or on a flashy purchase — like a new car or the latest designer bag — resist the urge. Pretend that your next paycheck might be your last.

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