If you are a Bank of America customer and use your debit card to make purchases, should you jump ship?
Why changing the way corporations pay taxes is more difficult than it seems.
One expert argues that life expectancy is up, so raising the retirement age is necessary to preserve benefits.
The average income is lower than the national average, yet whites, blacks, and hispanics all have higher income in Texas than in the rest of the country.
Our tax system is in desperate need of reform, and the most promising path to reform is to reexamine the many tax preferences in our code.
House Majority Leader Eric Cantor levies a new charge against the Obama tax proposals
We’re in the worst economy since the Great Depression – with lower-income families and kids are bearing the worst of it – and what are Republicans doing? Cutting programs Americans desperately need to get through it.
As inflation subsides, so will prices, increasing the value of the dollar
Younger entrepreneurs, used to couch surfing and eating ramen noodles every night, have very low personal costs. This makes is easier for them to turn a profit.
Debt priorities, size of emergency funds, and recommended board games are all topics in this week's mailbag
“Initial” unemployment plunged 37,000 from last week, while seasonally adjusted “continued” claims declined by 20,000
Will this crisis ever be over?! The nations of the eurozone seem to be fighting endless battles to address fears about government finances. The worry is that unsustainable national debt loads will result in default, a financial panic, or a costly repair effort that puts a squeeze on the economy in Europe and beyond. Here's a backgrounder on the problem, its consequences, and possible ways forward.
"Flat tax" proposals, like Herman Cain's "999 plan," should not be taken seriously