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Apple Has Been Named the Biggest Tax Avoider in the US

Apple has been named as the biggest corporate tax avoider in the United States after booking $218.55 billion of profit offshore last year. The tech giant was able to save $65.08 billion that it should have paid in tax thanks to its convoluted arrangements. The report revealed that last year, three quarters of all Fortune…

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See Inside the $3.75 MILLION Dollar Home That Once Housed Robert E. Lee That’s For Sale

A haunted historic home that once housed Confederate Army General Robert Lee has gone on the market for $3.75 million. Glenfiddich House, originally called Harrison Hall, was built in 1780 and became famous in Leesburg, Virginia, for its unique history and links to the Civil War. Today the one-acre estate, which boasts a new four-bedroom home,…

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Photographer Sues Getty Images for $1 BILLION All Thanks To This One Picture

For once, the little guy (in this case gal) is sticking up for herself against a big business. Carol Highsmith is a US-based photographer. She has been taking pictures professionally for a very long time, long enough to have a massive portfolio of work and countless top-level clients. In December 2015, the This is America!…

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How Many Hours You Have to Work to Pay Rent in Each State

According to Out of Reach, the latest annual report by the National Low Income Housing Coalition (NLIHC), “in no state can a minimum wage worker afford a one-bedroom rental unit at the average Fair Market Rent working a standard 40-hour work week, without paying more than 30% of their income.” For a two-bedroom, even fewer full-time minimum wage…

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WATCH: HBO Host John Oliver Buys and Forgives $15 MILLION Worth of People’s Unpaid Medical Debt

Some 9,000 people stuck with delinquent medical bills had their debts forgiven courtesy of HBO host John Oliver. Oliver, on his “Last Week Tonight” program Sunday, took the action to illustrate a story about the practices of companies that purchase the records of debtors and attempt to collect on them. The show set up its own…

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This City Will Use $1.5 Million From Cannabis Revenues To Help The Homeless

One of the largest cities in Colorado is donating millions of dollars raised by taxes on marijuana sales to local non-profit organisations which help the homeless. Aurora will use a significant portion of the $4.5 million revenue from recreational cannabis to fund the Colfax Community Network, which helps low-income families to live in motels, apartments…

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Man Claiming To Be The Creator Of Bitcoin Has FINALLY Revealed Himself

An Australian man long rumored to be associated with the digital currency Bitcoin has publicly identified himself as its creator, apparently ending one of the biggest mysteries in the tech world. BBC News said Monday that Craig Wright told the media outlet he is the man previously known by the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto. The computer…

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Congress is About to Vote on What Rand Paul Calls ‘The Biggest Anti-Poverty Initiative’ Ever

For some time now, Rand Paul has been pushing to create “economic freedom zones” in areas with unemployment rates that are one and half times the national average. The legislation creates areas where personal and corporate income taxes would be lowered to 5 percent, payroll taxes would be cut by 2 percent, and numerous federal regulations…

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Don’t Wait for Laundry Day: If You Have One of the Quarters On This List, You Might Be Richer Than You Think

Quarters are probably everyone’s favorite coin. They’re big, silver, and worth at least 15 cents more than any of the other coins. Turns out, however, that some quarters are worth a LOT more than just 25 cents. Whether because of their age, the material they were made with, or even errors on the coin, you…

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Millennials Have Everything, But There’s One Thing They May Never Have

Short of savings and burdened by debt, America’s millennials are struggling to afford their first homes in the face of sharply higher prices in many of the most desirable cities. Surveys show that most Americans under 35 lack adequate savings for down payments. The result is that many will likely be forced to delay home…

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