Posts Tagged ‘income’

Switzerland rejects guaranteed income proposal in national referendum

Switzerland rejects guaranteed income proposal in national referendum

Yvette C. HammettBERN, Switzerland, June 5 (UPI) — The Swiss appear to have voted down a plan for the government to pay citizens a guaranteed income whether or not they are employed. Latest News – UPI.com

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Till Income Disparity Do Us Part? 4 Dilemmas Couples Face When One of You Makes More

Till Income Disparity Do Us Part? 4 Dilemmas Couples Face When One of You Makes More

Filed under: Personal Finance Getty By Molly Triffin When Ali Green* and her husband, Craig, met, she was a recent grad earning $ 28,000 a year as a newspaper columnist, and he was a chef pulling in $ 50,000. But before long, Ali’s paycheck started to climb-moving well past Craig’s. In 2012 she got...

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‘How My Family Makes It Work Living on One Income’

‘How My Family Makes It Work Living on One Income’

Filed under: Life Stage Lessons Getty Images By Molly Triffin Groceries, car payments, the mortgage, clothes for the kids. If you’re like most families in America, that’s just a fraction of what you need to take into consideration when mapping out your monthly budget. And these days, unless you or your spouse is commanding...

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What to Do When Your Budget Exceeds Your Income

What to Do When Your Budget Exceeds Your Income

Filed under: Personal Finance, Budgeting, Budgeting Tools, Financial Education Shutterstock Every now and then, I’ll reach out to the Good Financial Cents community for their input regarding what they’d like to see on the blog. One person said their biggest financial fear wasn’t generating enough income to maintain their current plan. I thought I’d...

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Hillary Clinton Bashes Wall Street, Pledges Income Equality

Hillary Clinton Bashes Wall Street, Pledges Income Equality

Filed under: U.S. Government, Elections, World Leaders Seth Wenig/APDemocratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton speaking Monday at a campaign event in New York. By Luciana Lopez and Jonathan Allen NEW YORK — Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton took swipes at Wall Street and her Republican rivals Monday, promising to impose tougher regulations on banks and...

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How to Earn a Six-Figure Income in the Sharing Economy

How to Earn a Six-Figure Income in the Sharing Economy

Filed under: Careers, Labor, Job Market, Career Change, Economy Getty Images By Mia Taylor NEW YORK — It may be time to quit your day job. Just ask Redd Horrocks. Two and a half years ago the Las Vegas resident was making about $ 52,000 a year as a stage manager for an event...

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REITs: A Way to Invest in Real Estate, Earn Income, Diversify

REITs: A Way to Invest in Real Estate, Earn Income, Diversify

Filed under: Real Estate, ETFs, Mutual Funds, Dividend Stocks, Investing Getty Images By Donna Fuscaldo Investing in real estate isn’t only for property owners and speculators. Investors get can get the benefit of diversification and earn income by investing in a real estate investment trust, or REIT. Around since the 1960s, REITs are publicly...

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Ford’s 1Q Net Income Falls on Strong Dollar, Lower Sales

Ford’s 1Q Net Income Falls on Strong Dollar, Lower Sales

Filed under: Company News, Earnings, Automotive Industry, Ford, Manufacturing Charles Krupa/AP By DEE-ANN DURBIN DEARBORN, Mich. — Ford’s net income fell 6.5 percent to $ 924 million in the first quarter, hurt by lower sales and the impact of a stronger U.S. dollar. But the Dearborn-based automaker says the picture should improve as the...

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Bill De Blasio urges fight against income inequality in Iowa speech

Bill De Blasio urges fight against income inequality in Iowa speech

DES MOINES — New York Mayor Bill de Blasio flew the Democratic Party’s liberal banner in Iowa Thursday to urge the critical presidential primary state to force the country to confront a “profound national crisis” of income inequality. De Blasio said the growing divide between the rich and poor is “the profound challenge facing...

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Can’t Pay Your Income Taxes? Here Are Your Options

Can’t Pay Your Income Taxes? Here Are Your Options

Filed under: Taxes, Personal Finance, Budgeting, Income Tax, Tax Laws By Matt Bell If it looks like it’ll be difficult to pay all the federal income taxes you owe, here are your options, along with some key facts you need to know. (It’s a different question if you don’t have enough to pay your...

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