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President Trump unveiled his vision for overhauling the US Tax Code on Wednesday. Included were large tax cuts to corporations and the wealthiest of individuals. How will this affect you? Click to learn find out. MORE
The French want change. Yesterday France held its first round of elections which reduced the field of presidential candidates from eleven to two. For the first time in 50 years neither a Socialist, nor a Republican will be in the final election. The race has been narrowed to two candidates. Emmanuel Macron, who won 23.8 percent of the popular vote and Marine Le Pen, who won 21.5 percent of the vote. MORE
The nerdy economist is back to share five economics lessons that I have learned from my dog, Zoey. I hope you enjoy and maybe have a few laughs! MORE
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