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Both the House version of tax reform and the partially fleshed-out Senate plan add to the federal deficit but do not shift the tax bill lower down the income scale,[…]
With the insights the Paradise Papers provide on how governments, businesses and wealthy individuals use tax havens, some significant changes to tax laws are in order, say experts.
A new federal climate change report was released last week stating that not only is the threat of global warming real and dangerous, but it's also man-made. How will it[…]
Two Penn experts discuss what the Republican tax plan would would mean for individual homeowners and for the housing market.
An interview about the art market with dealer Jeffrey Deitch -- former director of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles -- looks the serendipitous and thorny aspects of this[…]
Fresh elections could pave the way to peaceful co-existence for Spain and Catalonia -- although the social and economic impact of the standoff will likely continue well into the future.
A new book examines figures from the past who overcame adversity to leave a lasting mark on civilization.
The appointment of Jerome H. Powell as chair of the U.S. Federal Reserve may lead to lighter regulation of banks, but on other issues he will likely follow the path[…]
New Wharton research finds that smartphone use actually provides some emotional benefits for stressed-out adults, and that in turn has implications for marketers trying to reach an on-the-go audience.
Details on the big tax reform proposal remain sketchy. What seems clear: As proposed, the tax cuts do not pay for themselves and will spike up the deficit.