• Is a State With No Income Tax Better or Worse?

    13 days ago - By RIS Media

    Is it better to live in a state with no income tax?
    It's a great question to ask, especially when considering how much of our paycheck is already set aside for Uncle Sam. Seven U.S. states forgo individual income taxes as of 2018: Alaska, Florida, Nevada, South Dakota, Texas, Washington and Wyoming. Residents of New Hampshire and Tennessee are also spared from handing over an extra chunk of their paycheck, though they do pay tax on dividends and income from investments.
    The main benefit of eliminating the individual income tax, proponents say, is that states with no income tax on residents...
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  • Iran Braces For New U.S. Sanctions To Further Cripple Economy

    Iran Braces For New U.S. Sanctions To Further Cripple Economy

    13 days ago - By NPR

    The new sanctions, which were previously lifted under the 2015 nuclear deal, severely limit Iran's ability to buy U.S. currency and issue sovereign debt, and place restrictions on trade with Iran.
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  • As portions of the U.S. endure scorching drought, livestock owners str

    13 days ago - By AG Web

    As portions of the U.S. endure scorching drought, livestock owners struggle to locate feed supplies. Missouri, Arkansas, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Louisiana and several more western states range from D0 to D4.
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  • The U.S., which won a World Trade Organization ruling against Indonesi

    13 days ago - By AG Web

    The U.S., which won a World Trade Organization ruling against Indonesia in 2017 concerning import restrictions on apples, grapes, potatoes, onions and other items, says the country has not changed its policies.
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  • Global stocks near six-month peak on China boost, oil gains

    13 days ago - By Reuters

    Equity markets around the world neared a six-month high on Tuesday, buoyed by a rebound in Chinese stocks and an earnings-driven surge on Wall Street, while oil prices rose on concerns U.S. sanctions against Iran could cause supply shortages.
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  • Apple Could Be China's ‘Bargaining Chip' in U.S. Trade War, State-Run Media Warns

    13 days ago - By Fortune

    Apple might find itself in the middle of a possible trade war between the U.S. and China, a state-run media outlet said on Tuesday.
    The state-run People's Daily published a strongly worded story on Tuesday, saying that Apple has benefited greatly from China. The report said that China is “by far the most important overseas market” for the iPhone maker and absent improved relations between the U.S. and China over trade, Apple might find itself in the crosshairs.
    “China doesn't want to close its doors to Apple despite the trade conflict, but if the US company wants to earn good money in...
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