t isn’t shocking by any stretch, but a new report giving the D.C. area a “C” grade for housing affordability says a lot about what is happening in regions where housing costs often suck up a large chunk of residents’ paychecks.
A report Wednesday said two cities near the District of Columbia claim some of the highest household incomes in the U.S.
Most folks looking for tax deductions focus on things like mortgage interest, real estate taxes and charitable donations. But tax rule changes that applied in 2013 made them less valuable in cutting taxes for an increasing number of taxpayers.
The Washington region has long been among the nation’s most affluent areas, but it’s also home to some of America’s richest neighborhoods, according to a new study.
The pay gap between the richest 1 percent and the rest of America widened to a record last year.
The findings of a new study organized by the Center for Housing Policy indicate that American working-class families spend, on average, more than half of their incomes on rent.
President Barack Obama made less in 2012 than in any other year since taking office, with about 40 percent of the $609,000 in income that he and first lady Michelle Obama reported coming from book sales.
Millions Could Get Surprise Tax Bills Under ‘Obamacare’ If They Don’t Accurately Project Their Income
Millions of people who take advantage of government subsidies to help buy health insurance next year could get stung by surprise tax bills if they don’t accurately project their income.
In a recent study released on Monday July 23rd by the Consumer Federation of America finds that close to two-thirds of families are living paycheck to paycheck.