States tax lots of different things, like income, property, sales and sins like tobacco and alcohol. Our visualization breaks down the most and least friendly states for total taxation in the country.
Bitcoin is in a slump, but if you take the long view, its value is still significantly higher than a year ago. In fact, the entire cryptocurrency market is now worth billions more than Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates
The sheer magnitude of how much money there is in the world can be quite staggering—and hard to understand. What if you could visualize every ma class in the world as a bubble?
The SEC just decided that bitcoin and ether are not securities, but the regulators are still undecided on other cryptocurrencies. Our new visualization charts the skyrocketing trajectory of initial coin offerings (ICOs) in a still undefined marketplace.
Some U.S. metro areas have a worse track record for income inequality than others
This map illustrates how hard it is for average workers to enjoy a comfortable standard of living.
Now you need more than $500,000 per year to be in the top 1% of U.S. earners.
Cloud computing is disrupting the economy. Our visualization reveals the top 25 private cloud companies, revealing how much money they’ve raised from private investors and how many people get to work there
Looking for a lucrative career? Research from Glassdoor shows that these are the highest-paying companies in the U.S.
There’s more money than ever sloshing around politics. Our latest visual breaks down U.S. presidential campaign expenditures since 1980.
The U.S. puts more people in prison than any other country in the world, but some states spend a lot more on prisoners than others. See how your state compares to the rest of the country.
One way to compare wealth between countries is to measure the amount of money currently in circulation
Mortgage rates are falling, but unpaid mortgage debt is the highest it’s ever been. Here’s a look at how total mortgage debt in the U.S. has changed over time.
Looking to buy your first house? The real estate market for starter homes is more budget-friendly in some states than in others