Feds Hint Smaller Rate Increases In The Future

November 3, 2022 admin 0

Rate rises may slow down as officials acknowledge how they affect the economy with a lag. To combat inflation, the Federal Reserve increased interest rates by 0.75 percentage points and announced its intention to continue doing so, although in smaller increments.

Republican Leaders Want To Rein In Biden’s Spending

October 26, 2022 admin 0

Top Republican legislators say they’ll use the federal debt ceiling to force President Biden to negotiate if they regain control of Congress, threatening to rekindle high-stakes brinkmanship that might drive the U.S. into default and create big new issues for the White House next year.

Judge to Decide Faith Of Biden’s Student Loan Forgiveness

October 14, 2022 admin 0

Republicans in six states are seeking an injunction to prevent the Biden administration from proceeding. Attorneys for the Biden administration and the states opposing the president’s plan to cancel student loans faced off in a federal court hearing on Wednesday, leaving the initiative’s future uncertain.

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Who Needs WikiLeaks When We Have The IRS

September 5, 2022 admin 0

Officials said Friday that the Internal Revenue Service unintentionally released sensitive information pertaining to around 120,000 people before finding the issue and removing the material from its website.
Additionally, the IRS disclosed that in addition to sharing Form 990-T information with charities, they also accidentally shared data about taxpayers’ IRAs. The disclosures included these IRAs’ names, contact information, and income-related financial information. It did not include Social Security numbers, complete individual income information, or any other information that may harm a taxpayer’s credit, the Treasury Department found, according to the letter sent Friday to senior members of Congress.

Did the IRS leak your information?

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Biden’s controversial taxes for thee but not for me

September 4, 2022 Sadeeqah Abrahams 0

The fate of the Biden proposal depends on the midterm elections this autumn. If Republicans capture either the House or the Senate, it would undoubtedly result in an impasse on significant tax issues, as the Republican Party’s anti-tax-increase attitude conflicts with Biden’s objectives.

Similarly, given Biden’s veto authority, it would be difficult for Republicans to reduce taxes, take back additional Internal Revenue Service budget, or reverse the handful of corporate tax increases enacted by Congress, say, experts.

Can AOC’s, Tax the Rich Mantra Actually happen?

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Judge Orders DOJ to Release Redacted Warrant on Trump Raid

August 26, 2022 admin 0

The judge said in a two-page ruling that the federal government’s proposed redactions were specifically limited to keeping secret grand jury information, identities of uncharged individuals, and sources and methods used in a criminal investigation – and the rest could be made public.