This week saw two of the most influential Democratic lawmakers on US tax policy — Ron Wyden chair of the Senate finance committee and Richard Neal chair of the House ways and means committee — back a new plan by the Biden administration on global corporate taxation.
We’re all about helping our community along the path to owning a home, and one of the first steps to achieve this is to find ways to accelerate your home deposit. To help grow your deposit even faster, there is a Government scheme which may help you; the first home super saver scheme (FHSS).
Here at Raiz, we are focused on helping you and all Australians automate their saving and investing for the long term, to help provide more more choices and and more lifestyle freedom. As our community move along their investment journey, we want to help assist each one of you every step of the way.
It is hard to believe it has been a year since the equity markets were plunged into the crisis of COVID-19, reaching lows on March 23rd, 2020. But since then, markets have not only survived, they have thrived.
In case you missed it, Raiz Invest Australia’s CEO, Brendan Malone, was recently featured on Channel Nine’s A Current Affair (ACA) describing the features that everyday Australians have come to know and love when it comes to the easy-to-use Raiz App.
It wasn’t the most eventful week in markets. The US Treasury bonds continued their selloff on the back of US President Joe Biden pushing through his $1.9 trillion economic stimulus plan and the news that the US vaccination program against COVID-19 will be accelerated.
You may have seen the eye-watering prices being thrown around on the internet for digital art, video clips, animations, and even memes. A few days ago someone bought a digital video by Beeple for $6.6 million. Why would anyone pay such large amounts for items they can view for free on the internet? The answer lies with the recent explosion in popularity of digital tokens, known as non-fungible tokens (NFTs).