When the headlines broke: Lebron to the Lakers, LA fans could barely contain their excitement. Could their suffering finally be over? Will the King be able to deliver a championship to one of the NBAs most storied franchises? It’s possible, but it will come at a cost. Continue reading Lebron To The Lakers Means Warmer Weather, Higher Taxes
A new study recently revealed that high earning Californians have been leaving the state for years. Starting in 2012, millionaires have been leaving California in droves. All signs point to the exodus continuing. Continue reading Millionaires Leaving California as Tax Exodus Continues
Voters in November will have their say whether sales tax in Santa Maria, California will be increasing. Continue reading Sales Tax In Santa Maria May Be Going Up. Or Not.
Ohio state taxes are some of the highest in the nation. But that all could change if a new proposed overhaul goes into effect. Continue reading Ohio State Taxes Getting A Makeover? It Could Happen
There’s nothing we like better than celebrating Fourth of July. Fireworks, hot dogs, and of course, taxes. Continue reading Celebrating The Fourth Of July Can Be Taxing This Year
As the debate over the minimum wage continues to rage on, one state is taking steps to increase earnings. By order of the Governor, the Pennsylvania minimum wage is now $12 per hour for state workers. Continue reading Pennsylvania Minimum Wage Rises Towards $15 Goal
With the economy up, taxes down, and consumer confidence rising; many people are looking to go back to work or improve their current position. Regardless of your industry, there are several companies looking to hire new employees in 2018. Some people may even consider moving for work. If you’re one such person, check out the best city for jobs in 2018. Continue reading Check Out The Best City For Jobs In 2018
We already know that home prices in California are high. Home Prices in Southern California? They’re skyrocketing. Continue reading Home Prices In Southern California Are Rising