Home prices declined a slight 0.17 percent in November 2012, according to the S&P/Case-Shiller (CSI) home prices indices.
Wealthy Americans would do better with smaller shares of a rapidly-growing economy than with the large shares they now possess of an economy that’s barely moving, Reich writes.
Texas is the latest to consider an extra tax on electric cars to make up for lost gas revenue, Ingram writes, helping to raise money for road maintenance.
With GM using solar at its Detroit-Hamtramck plant and Volkswagen recently unveiling a huge solar array at its Chattanooga plant, Honda is next to display its green credentials--with wind turbines at its Ohio transmission factory, Ingram writes.
The current taxation of derivatives is complicated and inconsistent, Rosenthal writes. Investors often use these tax differences to manipulate the character, timing, or source of their income to reduce their tax liability, he adds.
Tinkering with your retirement accounts costs you money, Hamm writes, and looking at your retirement accounts makes it tempting to tinker.
Pending home sales fell 4.3 percent in December 2012, according to the National Association of Realtors, but increased 6.9 percent above the pending home sales level seen in December 2011.
Online shopping is an impulse buyer's dream world, Hamm writes. If you have a sudden impulse to buy something, you can go online shopping and quickly find it.
Tax season will be less of a hassle of you have everything organized ahead of time. Here are six steps to make tax time a breeze.