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Past articles by Sarah:

130 Countries Agree To Biden-Backed 15% Global Minimum Tax

The Biden Administration wants to prevent the world’s largest companies from avoiding taxes by shifting profits abroad. → Read More

Here’s Which States Received The Most From Recent $1,400 Stimulus Payments

Almost $390 billion in relief money has been distributed to Americans since President Biden signed the American Rescue Plan In March. → Read More

New Poll Finds 52% Of Americans Believe $300 Weekly Federal Unemployment Boost Should End Immediately

At least 12 states have already stopped paying the benefit. → Read More

A Big Bipartisan Deal On Infrastructure Is Unlikely, Making Democrat-Backed Tax Hikes More Likely, According To Goldman Sachs

Here’s how Wall Street analysts see Washington drama playing out. → Read More

Inflation Alarm Bells Are Ringing, So Why Didn’t The Fed Raise Rates This Month?

The central bank’s committee did acknowledge that it expects hikes at the end of 2023, earlier than its previous projections. → Read More

Here’s What Plunging Lumber Prices Tell Us About Inflation

The Fed says price spikes are transitory, but not everyone agrees. → Read More

Here’s What Could Happen When $300 Unemployment Expires, According To Goldman Sachs

26 states will stop paying the federal supplement before it is set to expire on September 6. → Read More

Gap Between CEO Pay And Worker Pay Continued To Widen During The Pandemic, New Survey Finds

More than two-thirds of companies with the highest CEO pay had larger gaps between executive and worker compensation in 2020 than they did before the pandemic. → Read More

34% Of Consumers Have Found A Mistake On Their Credit Report, New Survey Shows

Errors on credit reports can result in higher interest rates and loan denials. → Read More

Prices Soared 5% On A Yearly Basis In May

It’s the highest yearly inflation rate since August 2008. → Read More

IRS Releases Child Tax Credit Payment Dates—Here’s When Families Can Expect Relief

Advance payments of the newly expanded and fully refundable credit of up to $3,000 per qualifying child will hit bank accounts once a month between July and December. → Read More

California And Florida Are Sending Out More Stimulus Checks. Could Your State Be Next?

Some states are flush with tax revenue and federal aid money. → Read More

Biden: It ‘Makes Sense’ That $300 Unemployment Will End In September

Experts have said labor shortages will ease in the fall once the benefit expires and children return to school. → Read More

Biden Reportedly Open To Keeping Corporate Tax Rate At 21%—But There’s A Catch

The president proposed a tax floor of 15% for some businesses that now pay less, rather than a hike of the corporate rate to 28%, the Washington Post reported. → Read More

Biden Budget Omits Broad Student Loan Forgiveness—Here’s Where Things Stand In Washington On Relief

With the pause in repayment of federal student loans due to end Sept. 30th, the issue is very much still alive, even if it’s not baked into the budget. → Read More

White House Releases Biden’s $6 Trillion Budget—Here’s What’s In It

The President wants to spend trillions to modernize American infrastructure and shore up support for children and families, paid for with tax hikes on corporations and the ultra-wealthy. → Read More

Biden’s Costly Agenda Alarms Republicans, But Trump Spent Big Too

The White House will release a $6 trillion budget plan amid complaints from the GOP about wasteful spending and ruinous debt, but their guy also added to the national debt big time. → Read More

Biden Budget Will Push Federal Debt As Share Of Economy To Record Level, Report Says

The $6 trillion budget plan would take spending to the highest level since World War II. → Read More

Democratic Governors Face Pressure From Republicans To End $300 Weekly Unemployment Benefits

A total of 24 red states have already decided to stop paying the supplement. → Read More

White House Cuts Infrastructure Plan To $1.7 Trillion In New Offer To Republicans

Republicans and the White House met to discuss the new offer on Friday afternoon. → Read More