As you’re filing your taxes this year, keep in mind that decisions about tax rates aren’t the only thing that can affect you.
It’s tempting to declare that George Orwell has won the debate about the future — surveillance via TV is here. But the truth is more complicated.
For two years, I’ve thought that taking advantage of Puerto Rico’s tax decrees might backfire. But I’m now convinced that’s not going to happen.
Retirement for many is not a pretty picture, especially if you add in health care. Fortunately, there’s a “hack” you can apply to existing tax regulations that might allow you to escape a poverty-stricken retirement.
A few weeks back, my father, Banyan Hill’s own Bob Bauman, took me to task for something I’d written in Sovereign Investor Daily (not for the first time, either). I’d said, in regard to the American tendency toward harsh judicial punishment, that “we like it that way.” “Who’s this ‘we,’ Lone Ranger? Count me out, […]
Despite success in medical techniques, the U.S. has a disastrous, overpriced health care system. In fact, you could pay less traveling abroad for care, including round trip airfare.
Federal civil forfeiture proceeds rocketed 4,155% between 1986 and 2013. And it could get much worse if Trump gets his wish for U.S. attorney general.
A new study says that 94% of the 10 million jobs created after 2008 were temp positions. That’s 10 million jobs with no security and little future … it’s a recipe for disaster.
Quality of life isn’t fixed in stone. Damaged societies can reform themselves. Thriving societies can fall apart. The question to ask is this: In which direction is your society heading?