After the Supreme Court struck down loan forgiveness, the Biden administration came up with a robust plan B. Here’s how to prepare.
Congress earmarked $15 billion in grants for performing arts venue operators impacted by the pandemic and here’s what you need to know.
The art scene is directly linked to and financially benefits from one of the most violent, heinous components of racist oppression in the US: police brutality against communities of color.
A decades-long campaign by the ultra-wealthy, including the Koch, deVos, Mars, Bass, and Walton families, has successfully misinformed United States taxpayers about what the estate tax actually is and who it affects.
Our culture is quick to put down a woman who seeks money or power at the same time that it valorizes the men who do so.
Taxes are our only mandatory civic duty. So why is tax education left out of civics?
Can small business owners and freelancers benefit from the business deduction in the government’s new tax bill?
Some arts organizations misleadingly suggests that artists can get tax deductions for works they donate to charity. Here’s why that’s unfortunately not the case.
Under the new tax laws, the wealthiest will have even more incentive to make charitable donations, while the average middle class family will have less.