Dow gains 7 points after Obama's deficit speech. Stocks on the S&P up less than 1 point.
Credit-card swipe fees are high and unfair in the United States. Congress should get them changed.
In Denmark, hiring and firing is flexible, and and unemployment benefits are generous. But how is the market strategy faring in the recession?
'Extreme Couponing,' a new TLC show, may be a little, well, extreme. But anyone can save big with online coupons.
401(k) contributions amount to $280,000 for couple in their early 40s, who want to boost retirement savings. Is a 401(k) the right answer? That's question No. 2 in this reader mailbag.
JPMorgan earnings will be released before the market opens. Also on tap: Obama's budget plan and more toxic assets for sale.
Stocks and commodities fall sharply, after Goldman warns of substantial pullback in oil prices. Dow loses 117 points.
$10 million buried, then accidentally dug up, gets South Korean farmer arrested. Police say $10 million buried to hide gains from illegal Internet gambling.
On Tax Day 2011, the 'Making Work Pay' tax break, which can be worth up to $800 per household, is one of several tax credits for which filers may be eligible.
To finance the Civil War, the Union government levied taxes on products, companies, and incomes. How income taxes have – and haven't – changed in the 150 years since.
Applebee's restaurant in Detroit accidentally serves mixed drink to toddler. All Applebee's waiters to be retrained.
The IRS has released an app that lets taxpayers track the status of their tax refund via smartphone.
US military action in Libya has led to new concerns about defense spending in Washington. It's time for Congress to make cuts.
Bond fund giant PIMCO shorts US Treasuries. Bond fund says end of QE2, US budget deficits, and looming inflation will push Treasuries lower.
Debit card fraud is on the rise as debt-wary Americans move away from credit cards to debit cards. Beware these five frequent scams.