Central Bank of St. Louis, which employs 2,500 individuals, announced it plans to award thousand-dollar bonuses as a result of the tax law signed in December, KMOV reported.
Forty-one percent of registered voters believe the tax reform bill signed into law in December will help them and their family financially, according to a Marist survey of 1,350 adults.
Entrepreneurship is negatively impacted by higher corporate tax rates, according to a study from the Federal Reserve.
Today, the Senate Banking Committee voted to recommend Jerome Powell as Federal Reserve chairman. His nomination will next move for a full vote on the Senate floor.
Humana has announced it plans to increase its minimum wage for workers as well as offer incentive pay thanks to the tax reform package signed into law in December, the Louisville Courier Journal reported.
After four years of Affordable Care Act implementation, the percentage of adults with no health care insurance has hit 12.2 percent in the last quarter of 2017, according to data from Gallup.
The Trump administration has announced plans to help states implement work requirements for Medicaid.
Illinois, New Jersey, and New York were the top states in the nation for outbound moves in 2017, according to data from United Van Lines.
A dozen executives at New Mexico Health Connections, an Obamacare co-op, received six-figure salaries totaling as much as $450,000, the World Tribune reported.
Forty-four percent of registered voters want to get rid of Obamacare and believe that repealing any part of it is a good way to start, according to a Morning Consult poll.