With gas prices at $0.10 per gallon, Venezuelans find no reason not to drive Nixon-era clunkers.
It's easy to cheer for a new idea, but rooting against it can strengthen it more. Want to prove that your business won't fail? Argue why it will.
Making car payments seems so routine to many that it would never occur to them to pay cash for a car. They should – and here's why.
Republicans have long argued that the problem with the economy is too much government and too much regulation. By freezing spending and cutting taxes, is President Obama agreeing with them?
Should intellectual property protect the rights of a pharmaceutical company who can't produce enough of a key medication?
Comments illustrate the diversity of opinions on climate change.
Small businesses that foster a productive environment are eligible for a national prize. Deadline for application: Jan. 14.
Some argue that unemployment insurance 'encourages' the jobless not to look for work. By that logic, ERs and seat belts encourage drunk driving.
President Obama can change call the GOP's bluff, reduce the deficit, and act like a statesman. Here's how – and why.
As families come together during the holiday season, you have an opportunity for the too-easily-avoided 'estate meeting.'
Former president's tax cuts took place in a vastly different and better economy.
Every Sunday, The Simple Dollar reviews a personal finance book or other book of interest.
Optimism in India and China faces off against a weak economy in the West. Has the economic torch been passed?
Most Americans don’t have a rainy day fund, haven’t saved enough for retirement, and aren’t prepared to fund their children’s college education, according to a 2009 survey from the FINRA Investor Education Foundation. How can we prevent future generations from making the same mistakes? Teach kids about money. The US Department of Education has teamed up with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and National Credit Union Administration to promote financial literacy in schools across the country. Parents have a role, too. Here are nine do’s and don’ts to get your children started