• If Trump changes your taxes, here are the deductions and breaks that could go away
    Politics
    CNBC18 hours ago

    If Trump changes your taxes, here are the deductions and breaks that could go away

    The question of whether you'll be paying more in taxes under President Donald Trump may hinge on how much you use tax deductions now. The Trump administration Wednesday unveiled the broad outlines of his campaign promise to overhaul the sprawling U.S. tax code with a simpler system that lowers tax rates. It remains to be seen how deeply the plan cuts into the most widely used deductions, which cost the government hundreds of billions of dollars in lower taxes.

  • United Parcel Service Nears Key Resistance Level
    Business
    Investopedia20 hours ago

    United Parcel Service Nears Key Resistance Level

    The air freight industry has some major players whose stocks are trading in very different ways. United Parcel Service, Inc. (UPS) fell at the start of the year and has been in a three-month range since. With earnings on Apr. 27, a breakout could occur relatively quickly. FedEx Corp. (FDX) didn't sell off much at the start of the year, but it too has key levels to watch as it has been ranging for the last four months. Expeditors International of Washington, Inc. (EXPD) is currently the strongest of the group, posting a multi-year high on April 25. The chart of United Parcel Service is in a precarious position. The decline between December and February was larger than the last rally higher (November

  • Wynn Resorts Paradise Park Set For December Opening
    Business
    The Streetyesterday

    Wynn Resorts Paradise Park Set For December Opening

    Wynn Resorts (WYNN)  plans on starting construction on the first phase of its $1.5 billion Paradise Park as early as December, CNBC reports. The company's board of directors has approved the project and indicated construction will start in six or seven months, CEO Steve Wynn said. "We've got all these great ideas that are going into this lagoon and this beach front property," Wynn added. Paradise Park will be a white sand lagoon waterfront property located in Las Vegas. The park will feature a "20-odd acre lagoon in the middle of it and then we would build our meeting space, leave room for our new tower that could be a couple of thousand rooms," the Casino mogul said. (What will move markets