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IRS says millions of Americans missing this tax credit

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Millions of Americans are eligible for a tax credit that last year averaged more than $2,000, according to a statement just relased by the IRS. Some 20 percent of those entitled to ...

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Democrats want to mint $1 trillion coin to further spending

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In recent years, left-leaning economists and Democrat lawmakers have floated the idea of minting a $1 trillion platinum coin that would then be deposited in its bank account at the Federal Reserve, ...

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Republicans push to abolish IRS, federal income taxes

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The IRS and federal income taxes could be abolished by legislation soon to be put forth by Congressional Republicans. Both would be replaced by a simple national consumption tax. Rep. Buddy Carter (R-Ga.) will ...

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7 ancient financial tips from Proverbs still ring true

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Can wisdom from the ancient texts of Proverbs apply to the fast-paced financial world of the 21st Century? After all, they were written over 2,700 years ago. Ask someone from the millennial ...

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Financial decisions now can pay dividends in the coming year

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The week between Christmas and New Year’s is a good time to not only take down the decorations but also plan for the coming year. David Ragland, CEO of IRC Wealth and ...

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Government over-reported job growth numbers by 99% this year

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The government has been caught spiking job growth numbers.  In investigative research by the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, job numbers released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) were inflated by ...

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Biden makes it easier for fund managers to push woke causes in your 401(k)

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A new rule from the Biden administration makes it easier for big investment fiduciaries and corporate plan managers to invest trillions in “woke” causes that the workers may not support. Known as ...

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The more people read the Bible, the more they give to charity

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A recent survey confirmed what Christians already knew – Americans who are engaged with scripture are more generous. Members of this group donated more than $100 billion to charity last year, according ...

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Home values drop, new construction down 60 percent

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Home real estate prices continue to drop but there could be much more to come, data and economists say. The median home price has dropped by about 7 percent since its peak ...

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When Christmas giving is smart and when it isn’t

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With the Christmas season upon us, thoughts are turning to the matter of gifts and giving. Such matters generally invoke joy in people of all ages, but not always. Sometimes we give ...

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The hidden spiritual advice on the Franklin Cent

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Perhaps the United States of America would not have become so politicized had we all followed a good piece of advice from Benjamin Franklin. In Benjamin Franklin’s 1737 book, Poor Richard’s Almanac, he ...

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Thanksgiving inflation may mean eating out is most economical

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With inflation soaring, it may be less expensive for some families to eat this year’s Thanksgiving meal at a restaurant. For a list of open restaurants, see below. Grocery inflation is rising ...

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Christmas Is Not an Emergency

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Christmas and money—now there’s a combination that can send anyone spiraling. Some think it’s an emergency, even in a bad economy. When you’re trying to take control of your money, saving for ...

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Sticking to a budget is critical during Christmas season, Dave Ramsey’s daughter says

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After cutting back on Christmas spending a year ago, many consumers plan to buy more presents this year. Rachel Cruze, the daughter of Dave Ramsey, encourages them to enjoy the season but ...

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As a millennial I paid off $20,000 of debt in 6 months

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It seems as if it’s almost impossible for a Millennial or GenZ to get ahead financially these days. Record inflation, insane gas prices, and a tough housing market are just a few ...

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Home mortgage rates rise above 7%

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Mortgage rates have hit a two-decade high rising above 7 percent. The milestone comes as the U.S. housing market continues to tank with more buyers choosing to wait out the recession and ...

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Gov. Mike Parson signs tax cut for Missouri families and farmers

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Missouri families battling record inflation will find some financial relief at tax time. Gov. Mike Parson signed legislation to cut personal income taxes in the state. He also signed HB 3 into ...

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Survey: Generosity more common among church-going Christians

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Christians who attend church regularly are more likely to be taught and experience generosity in their own lives than non-Christians, according to a new Barna survey. The poll conducted of 2,016 adults ...

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Americans for Prosperity rallies in support of tax cuts in Missouri

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Missourians gathered in Jefferson City last week to support tax cuts and agricultural tax credits in a rally sponsored by Americans for Prosperity The Real Tax Cut Rally promoted proposed income tax ...

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Christian crowdfunding group GiveSendGo grows by 500%

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The Christian fundraising platform GiveSendGo.com increased its payment processing volume 500 percent in the last year and is now being used in 86 countries. Website traffic increased one thousand percent between June ...

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$1 now worth just 88 cents while Biden claims inflation has risen “hardly at all”

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$1 at the start of the Biden administration is now worth just 88 cents. The devastating news for millions of families comes as the Federal Reserve again raises interest rates to stem ...

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Mortgage interest rates surge past 6% with no signs of stopping

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The average interest rate on the most popular U.S. home loan rose above 6 percent for the first time since 2008 and is now more than double the level it was one year ago, ...

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Every American taxpayer will pay $2,500 to cover student loan ‘forgiveness’

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Every American taxpayer will pay $2,500 to cover the cost of President Joe Biden’s student debt “cancellation” plan. That’s the shocking accounting study conducted by the National Taxpayers Union Foundation (NTUF). Biden’s ...

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Sen. Roy Blunt blasts Biden’s college loan bailout as unfair

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Missouri Sen. Roy Blunt called the Biden administration’s college loan bailout “monumentally unfair.” Appearing on ABC’s “This Week with George Stephanopoulos” on Sunday, Blunt also slammed the “bad economics” and the impact ...

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Biden announces scheme to pay off student debt, increase deficit by over $300 billion

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The amount of student debt being written off equals almost half of the yearly budget for the Pentagaon. The shocking numbers came in the announcement of the student loan creditor bailout made ...

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