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(Bloomberg) – President Joe Biden has said he supports a proposal to tax billionaires for the appreciation of their investments on an annual basis, a change that would bar some of the wealthiest Americans from deferring their tax bills. The idea of ​​a levy on unrealized appreciation is promoted by Senate Finance Committee Chairman Ron …

BUCHAREST, September 25 (Reuters) – Romanian Prime Minister Florin Citu won the leadership elections of his ruling Liberal Party on Saturday, further reducing the chances of bringing together the centrist coalition government that collapsed earlier this month. The split in the liberal-led coalition, which includes junior partner USR Plus and the Hungarian ethnic group UDMR, …

President Joe Biden took an absurd seven-minute path on Friday to an all-too-familiar destination: Class War. It was an “us versus them” argument, the “billionaires versus the plebs” speech to justify his $ 3.5 trillion social spending plan. Calling it “my economic plan,” he insisted, “every item is extremely popular” – although people “don’t know …

By Olivier Hirt ZURICH (Reuters) – A possible left turn in Sunday’s German election is scaring millionaires who want to move assets to Switzerland, bankers and tax lawyers say. If the center-left Social Democrats (SPD), the far left Linke and the green environmentalists come to power, the reintroduction of a wealth tax and a tightening …

Billionaires sit on vast reserves of money and assets, and only a tiny fraction of their wealth goes to federal income tax – they paid an average tax rate of 8.2% over the course of over the past decade or so. That’s according to a new report by analysts from the White House Council of …

In what has been one of the biggest business stories of the past week, email marketing firm Mailchimp announced its upcoming acquisition by Intuit, the company behind QuickBooks and TurboTax, for $ 12 billion. The deal is a huge salary for Mailchimp founders and co-owners Ben Chestnut and Dan Kurzius, who each own a 50% …

A new report from research firm Wealth-X has revealed that the global COVID-19 pandemic has intensified the growth of social inequalities and has witnessed an unprecedented build-up of wealth among the most privileged segments of society. For the first time in human history, the world had more than 3,000 billionaires in 2020. This represents a …

President Joe Biden and his program are a fitting inspiration comparisons to President Franklin D. Roosevelt and the New Deal. Biden himself praised the comparisons, even traveling to Warm Springs, Ga., FDR’s famous getaway, to deliver a speech just a week before the 2020 election. Biden is on the verge of proving that these comparisons …

Jeff Bezos, left, and Elon Musk Getty Images; Reuters Richest Americans can dodge up to $ 163 billion in income taxes each year, according to the US Department of the Treasury, and many financial experts rely on tax laws to do so legally. Although US taxes increase with income, the ultra-rich often bypass the tax …

As the end of the year approaches, it will soon be time to file taxes again. Whether you are an employee, business owner, or self-employed, most adults in the United States have to file their taxes. Some see tax season as a benefit because they may receive a tax refund, not owe tax, or simply …