The website's co-founder has moved to Singapore, a country with no capital gains tax.
The baby boom generation, instead of raising Social Security taxes on itself, kicked the problem of underfunding down the road.
But it jabs at GOP rival Mitt Romney, whose tax rate in 2010 of 13.9 percent is a handy reminder of how our tax code helps the wealthy stay wealthy.
Next summer residents of the state will vote on a constitutional amendment to eliminate tax on real estate.
You might pay less in taxes next year, but don't thank the politicians in Washington. Thank inflation.
Exactly who would pay more and how much is unclear. But cherished deductions like the one for mortgage interest are targeted.
Christian Lopez may face a big tax bill on the largesse he received after returning Derek Jeter's baseball.
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