India’s Income Tax Department may soon target crypto trades and ecosystem

As the Income Tax Department of India reportedly considers taxing crypto traders and crypto exchanges soon, experts believe investors should rest assured. According to ET Now’s report, the tax department, which operates under India’s Ministry of Finance, has signaled interest to tax crypto earnings through trade and exchanges. However, the sources claim that the move… Continue reading India’s Income Tax Department may soon target crypto trades and ecosystem

Income taxes are due May 17. Here’s what to expect if you haven’t filed yet.

After a 32-day extension of the individual income tax filing deadline, tax day is upon those who have yet to file. The IRS tax payment and filing deadline was extended to May 17, from its typical April 15 deadline without penalties and interest, regardless of the amount owed. The measure was taken to help Americans… Continue reading Income taxes are due May 17. Here’s what to expect if you haven’t filed yet.

Thailand Plans to Mandate Income Proof for Crypto Traders

With the spike in the retail demand for cryptocurrency investments, Thailand is considering to impose new rules under which traders need to prove their income and assets before opening an account with a crypto exchange, according to a Bloomberg report. This came as the Thai government is concerned with the influx of young people to… Continue reading Thailand Plans to Mandate Income Proof for Crypto Traders

Ashburton Work and Income killer Russell Tully loses appeal

Work and Income double killer Russell John Tully has lost an appeal against his conviction and sentence. The Court of Appeal has dismissed Tully’s challenge in a decision released this afternoon. Tully is serving life imprisonment with a minimum non-parole period of 27 years for the 2014 Winz slayings. Tully was found guilty in 2016… Continue reading Ashburton Work and Income killer Russell Tully loses appeal

U.S. Personal Income Rebounds In September, Spending Jumps More Than Expected

After reporting a sharp decrease in U.S. personal income in the previous month, the Commerce Department released a report on Friday showing personal income rebounded by more than anticipated in the month of September. The report said personal income climbed by 0.9 percent in September after tumbling by a revised 2.5 percent in August. Economists… Continue reading U.S. Personal Income Rebounds In September, Spending Jumps More Than Expected

Why BofA Securities Income and Growth Portfolio Stocks May Be the Best 2021 Picks

If you had asked investors in the middle of March this year if they thought the U.S. stock indexes would reach all-time highs a mere six months later, they probably would have been thrilled just to get to even at that point. In fact, after a 35% sell-off in a month, many people likely were… Continue reading Why BofA Securities Income and Growth Portfolio Stocks May Be the Best 2021 Picks

Biden 2020: Income inequality is a 'moral issue'

Biden giving clues on potential cabinet if he is elected: Gasparino Sources tell FOX Business’ Charlie Gasparino that billionaire Tom Steyer is being floated as energy secretary and Quibi CEO Meg Whitman is being floated as commerce secretary. Joe Biden’s advisers are telling their Wall Street supporters that barring an “October Surprise” the former Vice… Continue reading Biden 2020: Income inequality is a 'moral issue'

Could universal basic income become reality? Here are the mayors supporting free cash

Does US need 4th coronavirus relief package? Rep. Jody Hice, R-Ga., discusses whether the U.S. needs another round of stimulus and whether the wealth gap between white and black Americans should be a part of the stimulus conversation. Eleven mayors throughout the United States plan to work together to launch universal basic income pilot programs, handing out cash to… Continue reading Could universal basic income become reality? Here are the mayors supporting free cash

12 million lowest income individuals may not get stimulus checks because they don’t earn enough to be on tax system – The Sun

ABOUT 12 million low-income people are at risk of missing out on the federal government's stimulus checks because they don't earn enough money. According to an estimate by The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, the 12 million low-income earners are not included in the tax system and so will miss out on their payment.… Continue reading 12 million lowest income individuals may not get stimulus checks because they don’t earn enough to be on tax system – The Sun

U.S. Personal Income Climbs In Line With Estimates In August

A report released by the Commerce Department on Friday showed U.S. personal income rose in line with economist estimates in the month of August, although personal spending inched up by less than expected. The Commerce Department said personal income climbed by 0.4 percent in August after ticking up by 0.1 percent in July. The increase… Continue reading U.S. Personal Income Climbs In Line With Estimates In August

Residual Income from Cryptocurrencies: How to Tell Truth from Fiction

Many people would like to make money in the crypto space but very few actually possess the knowledge of how to do it. There are several ways to get your hands on digital coins: sell goods or services in exchange for crypto, mine it, trade it, get your salary paid in it, or even gamble.… Continue reading Residual Income from Cryptocurrencies: How to Tell Truth from Fiction

Income And Shelter From The Storm With a High-Yield Muni ETF

This article was originally published on ETFTrends.com. Municipal bonds and the related exchange traded funds make for ideal destinations for income-hungry investors looking to avoid riskier assets when equity market volatility rises. For investors seeking higher yields in the municipal bond arena, the VanEck Vectors High-Yield Municipal ETF (CBOE: HYD) is a name to consider.… Continue reading Income And Shelter From The Storm With a High-Yield Muni ETF

Boost Your Retirement Income With These Key Moves

No matter what sort of lifestyle you're planning to lead in retirement, one thing's for sure: Having more money is preferable to having less. You're probably aware that the more of an effort you make to fund a retirement account during your working years, the more income you stand to collect as a senior. But… Continue reading Boost Your Retirement Income With These Key Moves

GG World Lottery: Earn a Steady and Passive Income

GG World Lottery is a standard-setting project which is designed to be able to work within various lottery infrastructures. It introduces a lot of different ways for its users can make substantial returns. Most notably, GG World token holders will be entitled to receiving a lifetime GG revenue share, hence making a long-term and stable… Continue reading GG World Lottery: Earn a Steady and Passive Income

Russian Officials Propose Lighter ICO Regulations, Cryptocurrency Income Tax Breaks

Russian officials have considered a number of amendments to the draft law “On Digital Financial Assets” during a meeting of the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation that took place Feb. 27. The major modifications proposed by the officials include a digital currency assets income tax break and a tenfold increase of the limit on… Continue reading Russian Officials Propose Lighter ICO Regulations, Cryptocurrency Income Tax Breaks

The new role of Bitcoin in the law on marriage

Diluted couples can face the problem of concealing income in crypto-currencies. Lawyers suggest that the anonymity of the crypto-currency may be tempting for those who participate in the "violent divorce", warns BBC. Anonymus found a loophole for income hiding during divorce One lawyer, the newspaper writes, said that she had already witnessed the "first wave"… Continue reading The new role of Bitcoin in the law on marriage