Political decisions can have a huge impact on both your financial and personal life.
It looks like something from this proposal will become law. Right now, the bill is in committee where the differences are being resolved.
I recently watched a video by VOX called, “How tax breaks help the rich.” In the video, they discuss wealth inequality and claim that one of the biggest drivers of inequality is the tax code.
In “The state and local tax deduction, explained” by Dylan Matthews at VOX, he does not mention the reason the state and local tax deduction was created when listing the pros and cons.
Employers are paying more in benefits, but with the increase in health care costs there is less for retirement contributions.
InvestmentNews advocates lying to clients, but I think if your advisor doesn’t have integrity, you can stop there and find a new advisor.
One of the problems with government reporting regulations is that personal information is made widely available for abuse.
David John Marotta was interviewed on the Schilling Show discussing the minimum wage, and the reasons keeping (or raising) a mandatory minimum wage could actually hurt some workers.
David John Marotta was interviewed on the Schilling Show discussing trickle-down economics and taxes.
David John Marotta was interviewed on the radio 1070’s Schilling Show discussing the difference between obstruction and resistance.
Politics matters less to our financial success than the ordinary decisions we face every day.
David John Marotta was interviewed recently on the Schilling Show discussing the politics of kindness and the difference between intentions and outcomes.
Listen to a discussion on why journalists are usually liberal-leaning and what that means for reporting the news in America.
There are three types of crowdfunding each defined by what people receive in exchange for the money they pay: Reward-based, Donation-based, and Equity-based.
Is there morality that supersedes legally abiding by the tax code?
The future may be uncertain, but the markets are quite reliable in the long run.
Without the burden of federal, state, and local taxes, you could leave your job at 2:27pm every day and earn the same salary.
David John Marotta was recently interviewed on radio 1070 WINA’s Schilling Show, discussing taxation and the burden of government.
I recently read a foolish article entitled “Call for a National Savings Plan” that assumed we haven’t tried a national savings plan already.
More than many other candidates, Ted Cruz’s tax plan aims to fundamentally change our tax system.
The story of Liberty Farm’s struggle to survive the regulatory attack by Fauquier County government.
Late last year, the IRS proposed asking charities to collect sensitive donor identity information for any charitable gift of more than $250.
That is a tremendous advantage for businesses in states with less regulatory burden.
David Marotta was interviewed recently on radio 1070 WINA’s Schilling Show discussing some of the government’s broken promises
I encourage you to read the books and watch the film.
ObamaCare was always going to be a bad law and now, five years in, that should be clear to everybody.
Bush’s tax plan is in good company with Trump, Rubio, and Lee. It hits many common Republican talking points but doesn’t seem to take its own reasoning very seriously.
Tax season under Trump’s plan would likely be just as complicated but slightly less painful.
Is each dollar value the average for that category or is it really the average for a family with $88,871 in annual income?
Rubio and Lee do make definite improvements but sadly, this good is largely undone by a well-meaning but naive tilt of the playing field towards parents.
David John Marotta was recently interviewed on radio 1070 WINA’s Schilling Show discussing Nevada’s universal school choice.
2016 Presidential hopeful Rand Paul has released a sketch of an intriguing tax plan.
You shouldn’t invest in what you don’t understand.
Organic food has a reputation for being healthier than non-organic food, but neither of these claims should be taken at face value.
This is a complete list of the budgets and purposes of the federal agencies that begin with the letter A.
Taxes hurt ordinary folks before the extraordinary ones, and it can hurt them badly.
Hamilton, like our current president, sees people as temporary holders of wealth until such time as the government decides to expand.
The arguments for greater government power have always been the same.
The only time the original terms of the Constitution have been explicitly rejected and changed was to give the government the right to tax people unequally.
From the blind eye of the law, this seems like a violation of SEC regulation.
We expect the Garrett Planning Network to quickly take down these SEC violations from their website in response.
It isn’t too late to print a retraction.
The legal defense of Harold Hamm hinged on the belief that his wealth was the result of happenstance.
In 2013, Nancy Pelosi said “there’s no cuts to make,” but that’s ridiculous.
“They find whatever is different and peck it to death.”
Is it fair for the government to confiscate a full quarter of the average person’s earnings every year? Where does it all go?
The domestic spying of the executive branch deserves our outrage. Efforts like “Citizenfour” that keep the issue in the public eye deserve our support.
An unlimited power to tax necessarily involves a power to destroy.
Income taxes are the largest portion of the federal government’s annual tax haul. But who foots the bill?
Obama evidently believes that politicians are elected to make a difference in the lives of Americans. The problem is that no one can opt out of a federal impact.
See the math behind the dangers of having such a large number of people employed by government.