State News – Ohio & New York

States brace for massive budget gaps in coronavirus recession State governments have spent a decade stockpiling billions of dollars in reserve funds for the next economic downturn, scarred by the

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Campaign Trail – Who Runs Against Donald Trump

Former Vice President Joe Biden built on his commanding lead for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination overwhelmingly beating Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) in the Arizona, Florida, and Illinois primaries. With

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Coronavirus Trillion Dollar Emergency Relief Bill

Congress has approved a 2 trillion dollar emergency relief bill, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, and sent it to the White House, where it is expected

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DeFazio Wants Double Spending on the IRS

Representative Peter DeFazio (D-OR) wants to double spending on the IRS, which he believes would help collections and service soar. His new legislation would give the IRS an extra $11.8

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Senate Passed The House’s Coronavirus Relief Bill

In this unprecedented and unsettling time, we wanted to continue to be a resource to you on tax implications that might impact you and your business. In that regard, there

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Capital Hill Visits With Representatives Reed, Schweikert, & Walberg

One of the things that sets FEUSA apart from other groups is how active we are in DC. While some groups might send letters or make the occasional visit, we

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State News – Massachusetts: It’s A Minimum Tax

Illinois Illinois governor floats graduated state income tax that would replace flat tax. Massachusetts IT’S A MINIMUM TAX: Massachusetts lawmakers are seeking to update the state’s corporate tax structure to

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Race To The White House – Joe Biden & Bernie Sanders

Joe Biden Biden put out a housing plan on Monday that would cost $640 billion over a decade, with the centerpiece being a $15,000 tax credit for first-time home buyers.

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Democratic Delegate Selection

Does it already seem like the nomination race for the Democrats has been going on forever? While actual contests are finally underway, it may not be over anytime soon and

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Campaign Trail – Donald Trump

Michael Bloomberg Bloomberg released his tax plan over the weekend, and it would introduce a number of tax increases that would likely result in the candidate himself paying higher taxes.

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