Finance

RV Industry Boosts Sales Post COVID-19 Pandemic

The RV industry is one of the few bright spots in the automotive industry. In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, RV sales have surged, as consumers have sought out ways to travel and explore the outdoors while staying safe….

Staring Down Meta: The Battle for Freedom of the Press in Google Newsroom

In an era dominated by digital platforms, the battle for press freedom has taken center stage, as tech giants vie for control over information dissemination. Recently, Meta, the parent company of Facebook, rebranded as a “metaverse company,” sparking concerns over…

Boston Takes Initiative: Grants Awarded to Revitalize Local Businesses and Reduce Empty Storefronts

Amid the challenges posed by the pandemic and the changing retail landscape, the city of Boston has taken a proactive approach to revitalize its local economy and address the issue of empty storefronts. In a commendable effort, Boston has recently…

Ken Paxton’s Billionaire Helpers Are Backing Him Up

With the attorney general’s impeachment trial set for September, supporters have risen to Paxton’s defense, fueled by the deep pockets of oil-rich West Texas donors. And, until last month, no state politician had received more money from those groups than…

$2,000 Baby Bonus to Be Included as Part of Child Tax Credit Comeback; Are You Eligible?

U.S. legislators are insisting for the comeback of the $300 per month child tax credit that includes a $2000 baby bonus. About 250 lawmakers are supporting the plan to make the expanded child tax credit permanent under the American Rescue…

Colorado EV Tax Credit Changes Call for an Increase in Car Sales

Colorado is now considered as the most generous state when it come to electric vehicle tax credit. On July 1, Colorado EV tax credit increased from $2,000 to $5,000 for any electric vehicle that costs at least $80,000. Based on…

NYC Housing Crisis Leaves Dozens of Properties Vacant Amidst Failure of Housing Compact

In an audit released on Wednesday by New York State Comptroller Tom DiNapoli, it was revealed that at least 71 properties controlled by the state and are reserved for seniors sat empty for years due to NYC housing crisis. The…