Up to 100,000 people’s FAFSA information may have been breached last September, according to an article by CNN. IRS Commissioner John Koskinen told CNN that hackers could have used someone’s personal information to fill out the FAFSA application. The “Data Retrieval Tool” would then fill in the tax information needed […]
In the 2016 presidential race there is a looming double standard surrounding the candidates. It has been pointed out by Hillary Clinton surrogates and reporters alike that Donald Trump is oft graded on a curve by the media. And while this double standard is steeped in both gender biases and […]
The idea of a “fat tax” needs a lot of work because of some of the adverse it effects it has on consumers. In an attempt to avoid paying the extra money, people are buying the foods in higher quantities to avoid paying the tax on multiple purchases. Also some items on the fat tax list aren’t necessarily unhealthy or fatty at all, which makes the extra taxing of them confusing.
As with every political issue, it seems Florida college students’ futures are stuck in a battle between bi-partisan Senate lines. Comforting, right? Both sides offered solutions on how to pay off the $60-million loan subsidy May 24, according to the Washington Post. But with different ideas on the matter, each […]
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Everyday we hear it. Businesses across the nation are closing, taxpayers are foreclosing on their homes in record numbers, and banks are failing like never before as a result of a national credit crunch and excessive borrowing. Yes ladies and gents, we are in a recession. And the road to […]