The government overpaid unemployment benefits by $14 billion last year. Why are millionaires, prisoners, even dead people, getting jobless benefits? Joining the conversation are Jillian Berman, Chuck Kurtz, Jeff Kreisler, Neil Sroka and Orly Lobel.
Beer has been brewed on this site for 350 years, but demand goes way beyond the UK's shores. One in six barrels of Fuller's beer is now shipped abroad, and increasing global sales have led to a £4.5 million investment, adding 30,000
barrels to capacity.
Tucked inside the last-minute fiscal cliff package were more than a dozen tax loopholes, many of which will benefit Wall Street financial firms and some of the nation's biggest corporations. asparagus producers got an extension of their market loss assistance payment, which compensates farmers who for lost revenues because of a spike in foreign asparagus imports.
The economic benefits of urban trees are worth billions. America’s urban trees do more than add a touch of color to a typically grey landscape. Nationwide, city trees hold about 708 million tons of carbon and take in 21 tons of it a year. All that green translates into the other kind of green, to the tune of 50 billion dollars in value plus the annual 1.5 billion dollar absorption bonus. The monetary equivalent of carbon storage is based on the amount of carbon emission related damage averted in
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The CBO reports in a new study that Washington's tax spending budget -- comprised of everything from mortgage deductions to the child tax credit to lower tax rates on capital gains -- is technically larger than Medicare, Defense, or Social Security. Guests Nick Hanauer and James Pinkerton join Alyona to discuss.
Tucked inside the last-minute fiscal cliff package were more than a dozen tax loopholes, many of which will benefit Wall Street financial firms and some of the nation's biggest corporations. One of the more unusual tax benefits in the fiscal cliff legislation is a longstanding carve-out for racetracks used by NASCAR.