Portugal has found an antidote to right wing populism

Considering the booming economy, dropping unemployment numbers and the return of many once-emigrated young Portuguese citizens, it seems Portugal is on the rise. Facing the policies of socialist Prime Minister António Costa, which include properly supporting the welfare state and investing in the public sector instead of austerity measures, right wing populists don’t stand a chance.

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You can’t get rich – but stay rich

If you plan to get rich one day, you should check your family tree rather than job opportunities. Because to be a son or daughter of a wealthy family is the only safe way. Scientists agree: Wealth is inherited. Even more than previously thought. And wealth has been inherited for centuries. Families who were wealthy in Italy during the 15th century are still wealthy today! Whoever is born rich, stays rich – without any effort.

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You should know these 12 companies that keep avoiding taxes

Transnational companies with billions in sales often pay lower taxes than their employees. Whereas their taxes are deducted directly from payslips, corporations use all sorts of tricks to conceal profits and avoid taxes. The price for EU-member states is high: The annual damage is about 1,000 billion euros. We explain how tax avoidance works and list 12 big tax evaders you should know!

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