Tax Policy Centre came out with its latest analysis report on the Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump's tax plan and its impact. The report reveals that it would impact the Federal revenues. It has stated that Trump's tax cut plan would benefit rich people than middle-income groups.
The average home price in London is set to double by 2025, while it's 50% surge in the UK, according to a latest study. The rise in housing prices is impacting consumer spending. The number of property millionaires is rising encouragingly since January. However, the new tax regime has slowed down the rate of growth in Scotland.
The US housing activity rose 10.5 percent in November. The construction activity in the single-family housing touched eight-year high. Builders turned optimistic on the US housing market. The mortgage rates are set to go up after the US Federal Reserve hiking the interest rate.
The eCommerce store for Blackberry has launched the special festive holiday promotions starting from 15th December, 2015 afternoon. Grab the last minute gifts for Christmas and New Year from the official Blackberry online store.
Apple has opened an advanced display screen development center secretly in Taiwan. As the news is not yet out in public, Apple officials are keeping it under the wraps.
The US Federal Reserve is expected to make a decision on the interest rate on Wednesday. Most probably, the Fed will opt for a rate hike. If it raises the interest rate, then it will impact all types of borrowing costs for consumers.
It is officially a holiday season and also an official month of spending vs. saving. A recent survey found that 57 percent of those who participate in holiday gift-giving began their shopping in early November. This was up from 54 percent in 2014 and 49 percent in 2008. Holiday season does not have to be a financial burden if you plan accordingly and implement effective strategies. To help you save money on holiday shopping I’ve compiled a list of some tips and tricks you can follow to achieve your goal.
National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) filed lawsuits against banking lenders includng Morgan Stanley for allegedly selling faulty mortgage-backed securities. Morgan Stanley without admiting its fault, has agreed to pay $225 million to seele the claims. The total value of such claims recovered by NCUA reached to $2.43 billion since 2011.
The Women of Color are facing retirement challenges. The measures are being taken to educate them about the financial issues. But the policymakers and researchers must be more active in finding a permanent solution.
Alaska State Governor Bill Walker as part of his New Sustainable Alaska Plan,suggested for income tax in the State. If levied, it'll be after 35 years, Alaska records income tax. Alaska is highly dependent on oil revenues. The steep fall in oil price is impacting its revenues in a negative way. The current revenues can meet only 40 percent of government expenses.
The US technology giant Apple Inc is struggling to forge an alliance with Australian banks to spread its mobile payment system. Australian banks have already their own apps and supporting technology platform for the contactless payment system. At this juncture, Apple Inc is finding it difficult to make the partnership with Australian banks. After launching mobile payment service in Australia last month, Apple Inc is planning to roll out in China soon.
IBM is trying to hit the cloud service market by launching Bluemix object storage services. Would IBM make it through by outshining market biggies like Google, Amazon and Microsoft? Besides spreading its cloud service market in international level, IBM has also joined startup helping venture with NASSCOM.
A latest survey highlights that majority of Americans are loyal to one bank, while 46.1% have two or more bank accounts. Women deal with fewer banks and men tend to do multiple banking, according to survey by GoBankingRates. Majority Americans keep less than $1,000 in their savings accounts.
A chronicle survey conducted in 32 private-college presidents revealed that the maximum pay reached the level of $1 million in 2013. In 2013 the private college presidents' median total payment reached as high as $436,429. First two positions were assigned to Lee Bollinger, of Columbia University, and Amy Gutmann, of the University of Pennsylvania.
The meal delivery company has expanded beyond Britain to 13 other markets, including Australia, France, Hong Kong and Kuwait
The University of Portsmouth is helping its students build a strong personal brand to increase their confidence and enhance their employability.
When it comes to pitching business ideas to potential investors, an entrepreneur's excitement and enthusiasm can be the difference between dreams taking shape or ultimately falling flat.
What is a social media firm worth? Following how retail investors pay attention to company tickers is one piece of the puzzle. In a new study published in International Journal of Economics and Finance, a finance scholar from Michigan Technological University delves into the pricing behavior of social media firms. The study found that investors pay attention to social media stocks over other company stocks.
President Trump on Friday announced the first concrete deal with China to come out of nearly three months of trade talks - a deal to prevent currency manipulation.
Europe's largest economy offered mixed signals on Friday that suggest it's down but not out.
New research finds that despite regulations, CEOs control information release and may do so for their own financial gain
Normally, it's good to believe in yourself. But research from Indiana University's Kelley School of Business indicates that it can be bad advice for amateurs investing online in unregulated, sometimes risky, equity crowdfunded ventures.