On the first day of the new Congress, new and old tax laws are being calculated, implemented, and executed. Tax prep firms are ready and waiting to help tax filers while repealing the medical tax device remains on the agenda.
The 4,029-page tax code is so complex both parties want to revise it. On business tax reform, they share surprising common ground, raising the potential for partial tax reform to be enacted this year.
Three big financial changes took effect at the start of 2015, and you should be aware of them if you're seeking to give your finances a new beginning. Read on for important new rules on retirement contributions, tax brackets, and more.
New Year's is the time when many of us set forth our resolutions but as the year progresses, achieving those goals often remain fruitless. For 2015, try one of these five resolutions that are easy and specific.
Trans-Pacific partnership, or TPP, would be the largest trade deal in history representing several countries. But the TPP is not a good deal for most of us or, even for the inhabitants of developing nations.
Before making vacation plans for 2015, stop and think about what you can change to make your trips even more enjoyable. This year, resolve to travel light, earn more rewards, and be sure to be a little bit spontaneous.
The Mercedes-Benz F015 Luxury in Motion, a self-driving, hydrogen-electric plug-in hybrid, made its debut at the 2015 Consumer Electronics show this week. The F015 clearly isn’t intended for production, but it does show that Mercedes has the technology today to deliver a zero-emission vehicle that can drive itself.
Exercise equipment is a must for those who have pledged to get fit in 2015. But exercise equipment can get expensive, so here are five items to splurge on, and five places to skimp.
The 2015 Consumer Electronics Show brought a big announcement from Toyota: the automaker will make more than 5,600 patents on fuel-cell technologies available, free of royalty payments, to transportations companies . Toyota termed its offer as 'opening the door to the hydrogen future.'
Dish Network announced a $20-a-month Internet-based streaming service this week that includes access to ESPN, CNN, Food Network, and the Travel Channel. But combined with other streaming options, Dish's Sling TV could push fees close to cable levels anyway.