Guest Post: Intelligent Deductions, Why is the US Government Giving Tax Breaks to People Who Don’t Need Them?

The following article is a guest post by Justin Gordon.  If interested in submitting a guest post, please ready my guest posting policy and then contact me..  Justin is a recent graduate of Temple University School of Law and majored in Political Science at USC. The United States’ federal income tax policy is a beast; it’s no wonder […]

Why Mitt Romney Still Pays Less Tax Than You

Mitt Romney’s federal tax rate has come under a lot of scrutiny with the battle for the republican primaries heating up.  He released statements that showed his effective tax rate was around 15%.  This number has come under attack from the White House and critics alike, pointing out that Romney, whose estimated net worth is […]

Weekly Personal Finance Blog Round-up

Here’s a quick round-up of some of my favorite personal finance articles from the past week.  With the presidential race heating up, there has been a lot of discussion lately about tax reform and tax plans.  Although I won’t be voting in the Republican primary, most of the conservative tax plans seem to be pretty […]