One logical way to help deal with the crisis of funding Social Security and Medicare is to have more workers per retiree, Reich writes, and the simplest way to do that is to allow more immigrants into the United States.
Residential construction permits rose in January, but total residential construction starts declined, according to the New Residential Construction Report.
What you choose to do with retirement money is up to you, Hamm writes. It does not have to involve any sort of traditional retirement if you don’t want it to.
The Bowles-Simpson framework seems a plausible alternative to the current game of sequester-and-gridlock, Gleckman writes.
American small-business owners face many barriers in seeking customers from other countries, Cornwall writes.
Housing activity declined slightly in February, according to the National Association of Home Builders' latest Housing Market Index.
Republicans and Democrats have signed on to legislation that would allow states to collect taxes on what consumers buy over the Internet. The measure would finally resolve a decades-old dispute over whether states can collect sales taxes on mail-order and online purchases, Francis writes.
World's first car backflip – at least with a static ramp – takes place in French resort. Stunt driver Guerlain Chicherit uses heavily modified Mini Cooper for world's first car backflip.
US is poised to enjoy the healthiest and most rational era of big mergers and acquisition in a very long time. That's a far cry from the bubbles of yesteryear.
New Medicare payroll tax could cost high income couples as much as $1,350 in extra tax. But some couples will get a tax break.
Increasing the minimum wage would cause some workers to lose jobs and others to get higher pay. But the effects would not be large.
Having too many hobbies can cost you unnecessary time and money. Figure out a small handful of core hobbies to focus on and discard the rest as active interests.