As the final 2011 extended tax deadline draws near, you can’t help but wonder how many hours you work to pay taxes. Check out our infographic to see how long it takes Americans to pay their taxes and see how your state ranks.
There has been a lot of debate over government spending lately and whether spending more on education improves public school education. Do know how much your state is spending? Check out our infographic to see how much is being spent across the United States.
With just two more job reports remaining before the 2012 election and the job report for September set to be released the end of next week, politicians and registered voters are anxiously waiting to see if the unemployment rate went up or down. Check out our interactive which shows the highs and lows of unemployment across U.S. cities. How does your city compare?
With the election coming, the latest news these days is all about tax rates, taxes collected, and sources of income. Your tax rate can be impacted not only by how much you make, but also the sources of income. For instance, wages, business income, and investments are taxed at different rates. Do you know the different sources of income? Check out our interactive to see where taxpayers’ personal income comes from by income level.
Fantasy sports continues to grow in the United States, with Fantasy Football scoring as the most popular (and obsessive) fantasy sport. To help kick-off football season, we thought it would be fun to share our infographic highlighting everything from what your mate may be willing to give up to win to how much fantasy football players are willing to wager.
Every year back-to-school comes far too soon for not only students, but parents. With the extensive list of books and supplies required and the rise in prices, parents and students are always trying to find different cost saving alternatives. The U.S. economy has impacted back-to-school and back-to-college plans, but take a look at our infographic to find common ways students are buying textbooks to save on these education costs.
Labor Day is already here and for many hard working Americans, it’s a time to relax and celebrate our hard work for the year. It also marks the end of summer and is typically the time for students to get used to waking up before noon and head back-to-school. In honor of hard working Americans we thought we would take a look at how minimum wage rates have changed over 30 years.
Whew! Summer is almost over and it’s back-to-school time for many. I can hear the cries of joy from so many parents. Not only is it challenging to think of ways to keep them busy, but the costs of activities can break the bank. Check out our infographic on how much Americans spend sending their kiddies off to Amusement Parks during the summer.
With the last chance to appeal the assessed value of your home quickly approaching, we wanted to share our infographic that compares state-by-state property taxes, which is one of the largest home related expenses we pay and is hands down a significant revenue source for state and local governments.
Olympic trials are over and the 2012 London Olympics are just days away. We will all be glued to our TVs (or computers) as we get to see some of our favorite athletes march into the Olympic stadium during opening ceremonies on July 27th. Our infographic shows how the race for the gold will pay off and has paid off for athletes in the past.