SHOULD YOUR PROPERTY RIGHTS?

Article    |    Institute for Justice Imagine a law giving bureaucrats unbridled discretion over your property rights. It would provide no standards. City officials could stop you from using your property—such as putting up a fence or planting a tree—for arbitrary reasons, or, indeed, for no reason at all. And you’d have no one to appealContinue reading “SHOULD YOUR PROPERTY RIGHTS?”

Here’s how wealthy families will save on estate taxes in the Biden presidency

PUBLISHED TUE, JAN 19 20218:30 AM Andrew Osterland Wealthy Americans worried about the prospect of higher estate and gift taxes might have more time to come up with a strategy. With Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock both winning their Senate runoff elections in Georgia, the Democrats now have control — albeit precarious — of theContinue reading “Here’s how wealthy families will save on estate taxes in the Biden presidency”

How To Actually Teach Your Kid The Value Of Money

Raising a financially literate child doesn’t have to be difficult.By Taylor Pittman In a world of credit cards, online banking, tax codes, investments and retirement plans, keeping up with money can be tough for adults, and even more so for kids. So, for the many parents who want to teach their kid economic ideas and prepareContinue reading “How To Actually Teach Your Kid The Value Of Money”

Expiration of state eviction protections led to 434,000 extra COVID-19 cases, study finds

Dhara Singh·ReporterDecember 1, 2020·4 min read The expiration of state eviction protections led to 433,700 additional coronavirus cases and 10,700 excess deaths from March to September, according to a new study. “We expected there to be a relationship between moratoriums lifting and COVID-19 outcomes,” said Kathryn Leifheit, an epidemiologist who was a lead researcher onContinue reading “Expiration of state eviction protections led to 434,000 extra COVID-19 cases, study finds”

Reverse mortgage pros and cons

Peter G. Miller – Bankrate – Wednesday, August 19, 2020 Reverse mortgages have become more attractive as a result of low mortgage rates, which have given homeowners the ability to access more of their home’s equity, even if its value hasn’t considerably gone up. In a reverse mortgage, this ultimately makes more money available toContinue reading “Reverse mortgage pros and cons”

What Do You Think?

OPINION: We’ll Protect America’s Suburbs We reject the ultra liberal view that the federal bureaucracy should dictate where and how people live. By President Donald Trump and HUD Secretary Ben Carson August 16, 2020 https://on.wsj.com/2Eb6mKR The crime and chaos in Democrat-run cities have gotten so bad that liberals are even getting out of Manhattan’s UpperContinue reading “What Do You Think?”

Up to 40 million people are at risk of being kicked out of their homes

As President Donald Trump calls for another federal eviction moratorium, a new report has shed light on just how many Americans are facing housing insecurity as a result of the coronavirus pandemic and the associated economic downturn. Between 30 and 40 million people in the U.S. could be at risk of eviction in the nextContinue reading “Up to 40 million people are at risk of being kicked out of their homes”