Bartering for goods or services is an $8 billion industry – and Uncle Sam still gets a cut even though there’s no exchange of money.
Rich analyzed two cases of teachers having sex with students in New Jersey, Governor Tom Wolf’s latest budget proposal, and Illinois Senator Dick Durbin’s assertions that Republicans are racist for holding up a confirmation vote on Attorney General nominee Loretta Lynch. He also talked with Will Bunch from the Philadelphia Daily News.
Philly, you’re good at a lot of things, but according to a new study saving money may not be one of them.
Pennsylvania’s revenue collections for the month of November were down a bit, although they remain slightly above projections for the first five months of the fiscal year, all totaled.
If you would pay sales tax on an item in a brick-and-morter store, Pennsylvania wants you to pay sales tax when you make a purchase online.
Chris remembers Actor Larry Hagman, who died over the weekend and previews tonight’s Eagles/Panthers game and debates whether a woman should’ve been fired for posting offensive pictures on Facebook. He also talks to Jeff Roe and Michael Bronstein about the fiscal cliff on this week’s Monday Morning Matchup.
You might be paying more than you should when shopping online, and it’s all because of a new law. Consumer reporter Jim Donovan explains the problem and has information on how to protect yourself.
City controller Alan Butkovitz says it was the highest level of sales tax receipts since the city started keeping track.