Closing a $50 billion tax loophole for the wealthy
Jun 18, 2024

Closing a $50 billion tax loophole for the wealthy

The Treasury and IRS announced a new initiative Monday to close a tax loophole for wealthy people that could raise more than $50 billion in revenue over the next decade. Plus, the evolving economics of "gayborhoods" in U.S. cities.

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The Treasury Department and IRS announce new plan to close tax loophole

Jun 18, 2024
It could lead to collecting more than $50 billion dollars in tax revenue over ten years.
“This is something that can only be pulled off, frankly, by the wealthiest of wealthy taxpayers," said U.S. Deputy Treasury Secretary Wally Adeyemo. 
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From "gay neighborhoods" to "gay regions," how LGBTQ community spaces are changing

Jun 18, 2024
Gentrification appears to have sparked a new development in LGBTQ+ communities.
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