Revisions in the definition of the corporate income tax may assume that workers bear some of the corporate tax burden.
Employees increasingly have to choose between health insurance with sky-high premiums or health insurance with expensive co-payments and deductibles, Reich writes.
With Hurricane Isaac behind us and winter approaching, we may be in for a break on gas prices, Read writes. But hurricane season isn't over yet, and access to the Strait of Hormuz remains in question. Gas prices could spike again.
Jobless claims jumped to 382,000 claims from a revised 367,000 claims for the prior week, according to today's jobless claims report.
The 2012 Toyota Prius Plug-in hybrid has sold over 6,000 units in its first six months on sale. Ingram writes that the demand is due to the Prius Plug-In's excellent fuel economy and its relative value next to the Chevy Volt.
Hamm advises bundling your policies for a discount on your insurance. Insurance companies will regularly offer you better insurance rates if you buy multiple insurance policies from the same company.
Interested in great gas mileage but reluctant to buy a hybrid? Ingram offers up five fuel-efficient options for the hybrid-averse consumer.
Insurance companies may advertise attractive discounts but they don't always apply them to your bill. Hamm explains how to know if you have received insurance discounts and how to make them count.
Reich writes that Moody's Investors Services may downgrade government bonds if Congress and the White House don’t reach a budget deal before $1.2 trillion in spending cuts and tax increases automatically go into effect.
The average rate for a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage declined to 3.62 percent since last week while the purchase application volume increased 8 percent.
Sweden stopped outperforming other countries after a dramatic leftist shift in economic policies, Karlsson writes.