Louisiana to End Imposing "Pink Sales Tax" on Feminine Hygiene Products, Diapers Starting July 2022
Women and families in Louisiana will soon be exempted from pink sales tax imposed on some feminine hygiene products and diapers after Governor John Bel Edwards signed the bill into law, which will take effect on July 2022.
Why Gas Prices Remain High, No Sign of Decrease Throughout Summer
Gasoline prices across the United States increased from last week and are expected to remain high throughout the summer as demands soar.
Trump Won't Be Charged in Manhattan's DA's Indictment, Lawyers Claim
Former President Donald Trump's lawyers say he will not be charged personally in the Manhattan district attorney's case against his business organization.
Binance: Crypto-Currency Exchange Platform is Now Banned in the UK
One of the world's biggest cryptocurrency exchanges Binance has been barred from functioning in the United Kingdom by the Financial Conduct Authority.
Child Tax Credit: Why It May be Bigger Than Expected and How It May Affect Your 2022 Taxes
The IRS and Treasury Department stated that the vast majority of American households with children will get up to $300 per month under the Child Tax Credit, but here's why you may get a bigger amount and how it might affect your 2022 taxes.
Elon Musk Tweets About Shiba Inu; Price of the Meme Coin Surges
On Friday, cryptocurrency Shiba Inureached its highest price in six weeks when Elon Musk tweeted about the name he would give his Shiba Inu.
UK Faces Food Shortages After Loss of 100,000 HGV Drivers, Trade Group Warns
The UK's loss of over 100,000 truck drivers may leave supermarket shelves empty of fresh products and an "unimaginable" food shortage, experts warned.
Trump Organization Braces for Criminal Charges From New York Prosecutors as Soon as Next Week, Lawyer Says
The Trump Organization expects criminal charges to be filed against it by the Manhattan New York district attorney's office in connection to fringe benefits given to a top executive.
Africypt Scam: South African Brothers Disappear With $3.6 Billion in Bitcoin
Two brothers in South Africa have vanished together with $3.6 billion in Bitcoin stored in their cryptocurrency financing platform.
Third Stimulus Check Not Received: Why Are Some Checks Delayed? Out of 2.3 Million, Only 900,000 Payments Were Sent
The IRS delivered more than 169 million payments as of June 9, but others have to wait for theirs.
Biden Administration Targets 5 Xinjiang Companies Over Alleged Force Labor in China
The Biden administration imposed restrictions on Xinjiang-based companies due to their alleged involvement in the exploitation of forced labor, two sources related to the issue claimed.
Expect Higher Taxes on Capital Gains Soon. Here's How to Avoid Them
The American Families Plan proposed by President Biden would make significant adjustments to the taxation of investment income, such as long-term capital gains and dividends.
Warren Buffet Resigns From Gates Foundation, Gives Away His $4.1 Billion
Warren Buffett said on Wednesday that he is giving away an additional $4.1 billion to charitable organizations as he leaves his post as a trustee of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
Elon Musk's Starlink Expects To Provide Fast Internet to The Whole World by September
Elon Musk's satellite unit, Starlink, is expected to provide fast internet access worldwide by September. But, it would need to first comply with regulatory clearances in each target country.
6 Saving Mistakes You Must Look Out For
To begin building wealth, you must first save money. While there are numerous advantages to saving, there are a few typical savings errors to avoid.