WASHINGTON—A case that could punch holes in the federal tax code heads to the Supreme Court on Tuesday. The court will hear arguments in Moore v. U.S., which challenges a piece of the 2017 tax law that imposed a one-time levy on profits that companies had accumulated outside the U.S. But its implications could reach much further, providing the justices an opportunity to define what Congress can tax under the Constitution—and what it can’t. Charles and Kathleen Moore argue that when the law passed, they hadn’t realized income from their investment in an India-based company and thus couldn’t be taxed.
Robert Kiyosaki, renowned for his bestselling book “Rich Dad Poor Dad,” advocates a provocative approach to wealth accumulation, stating, “My rich dad always said only lazy people use their own money.” This philosophy underpins Kiyosaki’s success in transforming negligible funds into substantial returns. Contrary to conventional wisdom, he emphasizes the importance of not using your own money for investments but instead leveraging other people’s money (OPM). Kiyosaki’s strategy involves innovati
Two of America’s largest regional airlines are joining forces in an industry dominated by size.
Warren Buffett, the venerated investor and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway, is set to amass over $6 billion in dividend income in the coming year, with a significant portion of this windfall emanating from just three stocks. This substantial income stream underscores the effectiveness of Buffett's investment strategy, one that favors profitability and long-term value. Top Dividend Earners in Buffett’s Portfolio Buffett’s predilection for dividend-bearing stocks isn’t just a matter of preference; it’s
Los Angeles mansion owners, once keen on selling their grand properties, are now grappling with a market that’s less than favorable for sales. The trend is particularly evident in the city’s most opulent areas, where the challenges are two-fold: a new tax on luxury sales and a turbulent entertainment industry. The “mansion tax,” officially known as Measure ULA, which went into effect on April 1, imposes a significant additional cost on the sale of high-value properties. Homes selling for over $5
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Palantir Technologies shares have soared on excitement for artificial intelligence. But one worry could limit the analytics-software firm’s future gains, according to William Blair analysts.
The IRS is raising the interest penalty for underpayment of estimated taxes, with taxpayers who are self-employed or work as independent contractors urged to be vigilant.
Zacks.com users have recently been watching Alibaba (BABA) quite a bit. Thus, it is worth knowing the facts that could determine the stock's prospects.
Some Midwestern and Northeastern housing markets will likely see growth in 2024 in healthcare and manufacturing, Realtor.com says.
The Energy Department has new guidelines that will determine which electric vehicles qualify for what federal tax credits in years to come. What cars get which tax credits, of course, can move auto stocks—exactly why investors should follow along as the details get hashed out. Foreign entities of concern, or FEOCs, are a part of the infrastructure law designed to limit their participation in domestic battery supply chains, explains the Energy Department.
NBCUniversal's Peacock now has 30 million subscribers.
A check signed by Apple co-founder Steve Jobs paying $4.01 to RadioShack is likely to fetch more than $25,000 in an auction ending on Wednesday.
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Virgin Galactic stock saw its biggest drop since June after founder Richard Branson said he won't be giving the company any more money.
Retirees will be paying more for Medicare Part D drug coverage in 2024. Here's why.
It’s official: Uber Technologies is joining the S&P 500 index. Uber, Jabil and Builders FirstSource will join the before the opening of trading on Dec. 18, according to S&P Dow Jones Indices, which oversees the index. At $116 billion, the ride-share company is the largest U.S. company ranked by market capitalization that wasn’t in the S&P 500.
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Investors need to pay close attention to Affirm Holdings (AFRM) stock based on the movements in the options market lately.
Robinhood CEO Vlad Tenev weighs in on the surge in crypto and the future of the online trading platform.