Prior to 2021, the Child Tax Credit was worth up to $2,000 per child, only $1,400 of which was refundable. This year, the Child Tax Credit has gotten a huge, albeit temporary, boost, thanks to the American Rescue Plan, the massive COVID-19 relief bill signed into law in mid-March. Just as importantly, this year, half of the Child Tax Credit is being paid out in monthly installments, the first of which went out in July and the last of which is set to hit bank accounts in December.
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The total cryptocurrency market cap has soared about 200% this year, hitting $2.5 trillion at the time this was written. Much of that growth has come from Bitcoin (CRYPTO: BTC), which makes up about 45% of the market, according to Coinmarketcap.com. Launched in 2017, Cardano is a public blockchain platform that facilitates peer-to-peer transactions through its internal cryptocurrency called Ada.
Cathie Wood: This one simple tailwind will push the bull market to 2038 — here are 3 stocks to ride it
Forget your inflation fears. Wood sees decades of big gains ahead.
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While stocks don't outperform bonds, gold, or bank certificates of deposit every year, their average annual return has come in significantly higher than other asset classes over very long periods of time. The buzz surrounding digital currencies has taken on a life of its own. To begin with, the regulations surrounding cryptocurrencies, and the many exchanges that allow digital currency trading, are relatively minimal.
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As long as ETH can stay above the September lows, the pullback will, IMHO, be the last low-risk buying opportunity before it rallies to $7500 and ultimately to $9000.
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If you’ve got an estate worth more than $6 million—or $12 million if you’re married—and you’re working out how to minimize taxes when you die, then you should run, not walk, to a lawyer to put your plan in motion. Not only is the tax bill on Capitol Hill planning to close various “loopholes” and limit exemptions, but in some cases those loopholes will close, not at the end of the year, but the moment President Joe Biden signs the bill into law. As some of these clever maneuvers can take at least two weeks just to set up, the time to make a move is now.
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'The Big Short' investor Michael Burry says he's not betting against crypto - and reveals he bought a couple of coins
Burry warned that crypto is in a speculative bubble, but he's bullish on blockchain technology and sees value in NFTs beyond the digital art world.
There's only one Bill Miller, the fund manager who famously beat the S&P 500 for 15 years in a row, through to 2005. Here is what he said in his final investment letter
By Voyager's Charlotte Siller, provided exclusively to Benzinga Cryptocurrency. If you watch the financial markets, you might have heard the words “decentralized finance,” or “DeFi,” pop up frequently. The thriving peer-to-peer crypto network is becoming a standard part of a diverse crypto portfolio, grabbing the attention of consumers and billionaire investors alike. It sounds exciting — and it is — but what is it exactly? And what makes DeFi different from every other sector of crypto that you
After uproar over a proposal to have banks tell the Internal Revenue Service about their customers’ annual cash-flow information, the Biden administration and congressional Democrats unveiled a new, pared-down proposal on Tuesday. Now the question is whether this version of the proposed reporting requirement, which would kick in at the $10,000 mark instead of covering transactions above a $600 threshold, will, if it passes, win over critics and help the IRS catch tax cheats. In the Biden administration’s bid to ensure rich households pay their full tax bill, they proposed months ago that bank, loan and investment accounts report to the IRS on their customers’ aggregate “inflow” and “outflow” above the $600 point on a yearly basis.
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If the future is anything like the past few years, then shareholders have plenty to be excited about.
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While consumers gear up for gift-giving season, investors should find ways to strengthen their portfolios.
AT&T (T) is seeing favorable earnings estimate revision activity and has a positive Zacks Earnings ESP heading into earnings season.
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2021 has been an interesting year for crypto and blockchain. After an impressive 2020 that saw the industry not only survive the pandemic but come out of it with more institutional support than ever before, 2021 was the year to build on this foundation. And build it did. 2021 has seen some of the most ambitious projects in the industry that constantly stretch our imaginations of what blockchain can do. As we enter the last quarter of the year, a number of projects in the industry are on track to
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -Senior Democrats in Congress have agreed to raise their proposed tax reporting threshold for bank account inflows and outflows to $10,000 a year, with exemptions for wage income, from an earlier proposal of $600 that drew criticism for being too intrusive. U.S. Senate Finance Committee Chairman Ron Wyden on Tuesday said the new $10,000 Internal Revenue Service reporting threshold, to be included in Democrats' sweeping "reconciliation" social spending and tax hike legislation, was chosen after consultations with the U.S. Treasury because it is a level frequently used in other bank reporting requirements.
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The long-term average return for the S&P 500 has been about 11% per year, and that's through depressions and recessions, war and civil unrest. The beauty of stock investing is that you don't actually need to have a lot of money to get started and turn a small grubstake into a retirement nest egg. The gig economy is here to stay, and Fiverr (NYSE: FVRR) has become a key driver of its acceptance as an alternative income generating channel.
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