Eventually, you’re going to wind up with items of clothing that you don’t wear. How do you know which to sell and which to donate?
States are slowly enacting laws that would require online vendors to collect state and local taxes, with mixed success. But the shift will benefit everyone and make tax laws fair.
Organized gambling is a scam. And it particularly preys upon people with lower incomes – who assume they can’t make it big any other way, who often find it hardest to assess the odds, and whose families can least afford to lose the money. Yet with new, relaxed gambling laws, America is now opening the floodgates.
In January, 64,307 recipients were removed from the food stamps program, but participation continues to rise on a year over year basis.
The first quarter of 2012 will go down as the most active for junk bond issuance since 1980, when Thomson Reuters began keeping track, with 130 companies floating $75 billion in debt offerings.
Unemployment statistics out of Europe show that German-speaking countries far outpace the rest in terms of job growth and low unemployment rates.
Bloomberg and Reuters are not only healthy: unlike most of the journalism industry, they're growing. That’s because the two publications have something no other player in the news business does: subscription-only financial data and services that pull in billions of dollars.
Everyone wants to get better prices, but people can feel uncomfortable bargaining. The key is to know when price negotiation is appropriate and master a few basic techniques.
Reports from the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City are indicating that manufacturing activity declined to a weak growth level of 9 in March.
Burger King's new menu has a purpose. Last year, Wendy's surpassed Burger King to become the second best-selling burger chain in the United States. It was close: Wendy's had $8.5 billion in sales, while Burger King had $8.4 billion. (Both were miles behind No. 1 McDonald's, at $34 billion). In an effort to regain the No. 2 slot, the chain has undergone a massive makeover, complete with Burger King new menu items, décor, and employee uniforms. Here are the Top 10 changes Burger King has made in the past year, in its biggest overhaul since it first opened its doors back in 1954: