They don't even pay rent now because they're always travelling. They live on $30,000 to $40,000 a year, money that largely comes from dividend payments generated from their stock portfolio. Unlike owning a million-dollar home, says Leung, "if …
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"Needless to say, doubling California's tax burden would give them the highest taxes in the country by far," Joe Henchman, vice president of state projects for the Tax Foundation, told Reason on Tuesday. The proposal "will cost employers and …
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Alongside a Porsche 911, chunky mobile phone, and a filofax, a personalized number plate (vanity plates for U.S. readers) was one of the ultimate symbols of 1980s yuppiedom. While they may seem ostentatious to some tastes, personalized …
In 2009, when President Barack Obama first promised that people who liked their insurance coverage would be able to keep it under the Affordable Care Act, he overlooked one critical fact: Many of the health policies that Americans like …
Bonuses have plunged by a quarter - leaving many savings accounts with these offers paying little better than deals with no introductory rates. The plummet in bonus payouts - from as much as 3 percentage points to 2.2 points since June - has …
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A massive study that incorporated data from more than 200,000 people reveals that drinking regular amounts of coffee is associated with a lower risk of mortality, even if it’s decaf. Drinking from three to five cups of coffee per day lowers the …
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NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- White Americans have 22 times more wealth than blacks -- a gap that nearly doubled during the Great Recession. The median household net worth for whites was $110,729 in 2010, versus $4,995 for blacks, …
Thirty years before white settlers landed on the shores of Elliott Bay, local tribes waited uneasily for a threatened incursion -- not from the waters of Puget Sound but from the region's interior. Rumors had filtered down that mountain warriors …
A new study, published March 21 in the American Journal of Public He alth (AJPH), found that between 2006 and 2014, hospitalizations due to firearm injuries cost the US $6.61 billion — an average of $734.1 million per year. Private …