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Toyota Clarifies Its 137,000 U.S. Workers Are Not A National Security Threat In Response To Trump’s Proposed Tariffs

Following President Donald Trump ordering the Department of Commerce to open an investigation to determine the effect of imports on national security, and his consistent rhetoric of increasing tariffs on imports including automobiles, Toyota clarified in a statement today that its 137,000 American workers are not a…Read more… Continue Reading at http://jalopnik.com

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Trump’s Imported Car Tariffs Could Cost American Consumers $45 Billion A Year: Analysts

President Donald Trump is threatening a tariff of up to 25 percent on imported cars, an idea that everyone hates. While it’s being touted as leveling the playing field in what he sees as an unfair trade system, the tariff, unsurprisingly, would be very bad for the American consumers—to the tune of about $45 billion…Read more… […]

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The Postcard-Sized Tax Form Promised by the GOP Isn’t Really the Size of a Postcard

The New York Times got its hands on a draft of the new postcard-sized standard 1040 form Republicans have long dreamt of, but it’s not exactly the tax code simplification that’s been promised by the likes of House Speaker Paul Ryan and Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin.Read more… Continue Reading at http://lifehacker.com

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Why The Elite Love Raising Taxes

“The way to crush the bourgeoisie [middle class] is to grind them between the millstones of taxation and inflation.” – Vladimir Ilyich Lenin Most people forget one of the reasons for the original thirteen colonies revolt against Britain and the king was because of high taxation and taxation without representation. Progressives and SJWs typically view […]

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What You Need to Know About Universal Basic Income

Later this year, Stockton, a city in California with a 25% poverty rate, will conduct an unusual experiment: Roughly 100 of its citizens will receive $500 a month for 12-18 months, with no work requirements and no strings attached. Researchers likely will regularly assess the recipients’ health, childcare…Read more… Continue Reading at http://lifehacker.com

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Is Amazon Evil and Am I Evil for Using It?

1-Click ordering a massively discounted flat-screen TV, or seventy pounds of coarse-grained salt, it can be easy to forget, or temporarily repress, all those stories you’ve read about, say, working conditions in Amazon’s warehouses, or its propagation of the gig economy through contract labor.Read more… Continue Reading at http://jalopnik.com

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Is Amazon Evil and Am I Evil for Using It?

1-Click ordering a massively discounted flat-screen TV, or seventy pounds of coarse-grained salt, it can be easy to forget, or temporarily repress, all those stories you’ve read about, say, working conditions in Amazon’s warehouses, or its propagation of the gig economy through contract labor.Read more… Continue Reading at http://jalopnik.com

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What to Do If Your Tax Preparer Makes a Mistake

If you hire a tax preparer, you’re probably doing so in large part for the peace of mind it provides, via assurances that all the complicated deductions and expenses are accounted for—no one wants to interact with the IRS more than absolutely necessary. But sometimes even professionals mess up. Read more… Continue Reading at http://lifehacker.com

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Install Both H&R Block Tax Software and Microsoft Office 365 For Just $90

Pick your this bundle of H&R Block Deluxe Tax Software plus a one-year subscription of the latest Microsoft Office 365 for just $90 today. The Microsoft Office normally sells for $100 by itself and the H&R Block typically sells for $30, so this will save you around $40 if you were planning on buying both of […]

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