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Buckle up for a big economics week in Washington
Fed Chair Jerome Powell testifies on Capitol Hill tomorrow and Wednesday. President Biden is set to release a budget outline on Thursday, and we get February jobs numbers this Friday.
Is the tax code racist?
Professor Dorothy Brown of Emory University became a "detective," searching for data on how the tax code impacts Black Americans.
Could the success of ballot measures to legalize marijuana add pressure for federal legalization?
Legalization advocates say there is a tax, and business case, to be made for federal legalization.
What the Beatles taught us about tax policy
The Fab Four were saying something about British public policy with the lyrics, "There's one for you / Nineteen for me."
Ever heard of modern monetary theory?
It's a way of thinking about the economy. Picture a bathroom sink ...
When is a health care bill not a health care bill? When it's a tax bill.
The GOP health plan includes $600 billion in tax cuts for the health industry and wealthy Americans.
Trump's tax plan
What we know so far and what it means for you.
What is "carried interest" and why should I care?
Both presidential candidates want to get rid of it. Let's explain this arcane term.
Sometimes, strategy all comes down to taxes
That's one reason Yahoo has called off its Alibaba spinoff.