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Hillary’s Capital ‘Lock In’ --- WSJ

Wall Street Journal — She proposes the highest tax rate since the mid-20th century.

Hillary Clinton’s march to the left continues, hitting a new milestone on Friday when she proposed to nearly double the top tax rate on long-term capital gains to 43.4% from 23.8%—or the highest rate in decades. 46 more words

Politics

3 topics to watch for tonight in Wellington

WELLINGTON — The Village Council meeting tonight should be a fruitful one, with several important topics on the agenda.

The meeting starts at 7 p.m. at village hall, 12300 Forest Hill Blvd. 438 more words

Westpbc

County Commissioners feuding over tax rate

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Things got heated at the County Commission meeting Monday.

Up for debate were the budget and the tax rate.

The good news is your tax rate isn’t going up, but it seems the board has fallen back into its old ways. 413 more words

News

New 0% Savings Tax Rate!

With effect from April 2015, HMRC have announced that to provide further support for the lowest earners, they are abolishing the 10% ‘starting rate’ of tax for savings income and replacing it with a new 0% rate. 74 more words

Tax Tips

Thursday Doors

These doors are from our Amsterdam visit and are the entrance to several apartments.

In Amsterdam, the majority of the residents rent versus own since they pay an average of 60% tax and 21% sales tax. 63 more words

Photography

The Negative Income Tax

Familiar to many, the negative income tax was formerly developed by British politician Juliet Rhys-Williams in the 1940s and later by Monetarist Milton Friedman. The NIT acts like the regular tax system but instead of taxing lesser on people below the stipulated threshold, it supplements them with an additional income determined by the NIT. 621 more words

Economics

Fundamental Analysis: Risks the Company May Face

  1. Borrowing Interest Rate and COB

The borrowing interest rate is the cost of borrowing (COB). You will realize that during economy recessions or bad times, the governments will reduce the interest rates to enable businesses to have lower costs, helping the economy as a whole. 434 more words

Fundamental Analysis