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Here’s what Trump’s tax plan means for people working in finance who make between $40,000 and $139,000 a year
Business Insider breaks down what the US Senate's tax plan could mean for people working in finance.
A growing number of people are getting their share of the bitcoin pie, but paying taxes on bitcoin may need some explaining.
Using the app Coinbase, we ventured to buy and sell bitcoin, the popular cryptocurrency whose cost has seen massive spikes in recent weeks.
Bitcoin investors are gunning for the exclusive ’21 million club’ — but membership is getting pricey
To gain entry into the 21 million club, you must own a full bitcoin, currently valued at nearly $13,000.
The value of one bitcoin was recently over $11,000, but it continues to fluctuate wildly.
Investors who ‘couldn’t care less’ about clean energy are giving money to a solar finance fund promising big returns
Wunder Capital connects investors with commercial solar projects that need financing — and shows you don't need to sacrifice returns to invest in clean energy.
Americans are having trouble paying off their credit cards — and it could spell trouble for the economy
US household balance sheets are better positioned than before the recession, but "new delinquencies could be early sign of stress."
Public housing plays a huge role in racial segregation and inequality — but not in the way most people think
ANALYSIS: Federal housing policy before and after World War II shaped American cities in a racially segregated way.
A new Credit Suisse report finds that 2.3 million people joined the millionaire club since 2016, putting the total at 36 million.
GiveDirectly, a charity focused on direct cash transfers, has launched its 12-year experiment on basic income.