Tax deductions ... er, income taxes are on Americans' minds as the April filing deadline approaches. Here are five of the more offbeat tax deductions the IRS allows you to include. Hey, maybe you even qualify!
The 2011 Consumer Reports car issue recommends new models by familiar brands, including Toyota and Honda. And for value-conscious buyers, it offers this time-tested advice: Buy Used.
Changes to income tax, insurance rates, and fuel duty will take effect in April.
Pending sales from January fell from December 2010 and are 1.54 percent lower than a year ago.
Ireland's new leaders have few options in reversing the downward spiral of debt and joblessness.
The shops in airports that sell local trinkets may seem tacky, but we should embrace them.
Rising world demand and supply shortages will push up food prices 2 to 4 percent this year, maybe more.
Rerouting your commute so that you don't drive past stores can help cut back on money you spend on the way home from work.
Patent law currently grants patents to the first person to invent something. Under a Senate reform bill, patent law would recognize the first person to file a patent.
Silver demand is high, and if it falls off, investments will suffer.
Either way, discussions about public employee compensation do need to be part of long-term budget fixes.
Many women start a business that will work well with their personal life.
The report by the president's Council of Economic Advisers makes no mention of 'tax reform' or 'entitlements.'
Stock market in Britain, Germany are down, while futures point to dip at open of US stock market.
As prices start to rise, don't forget about all the money that the Fed created out of thin air.
The Fed is sending a message: Stop eating. Stop driving. Start buying more electronics.
Many banks weigh eliminating free checking accounts. But more than a third of US credit unions expect to keep free checking accounts.
If the monetary policy were the reason for the boom, there would be more growth in manufacturing.
Gas prices will slow the economy's recovery, but not stop it. If gas prices rise to $4 a gallon, it could be a different story.
A Bureau of Economic Analysis report shows that GDP increased 3 percent from the third to fourth quarter in 2010.