The difference can be hard to quantify, but hand-washing wins out. But is it worth the extra time?
We can have an efficient system that serves us well if we simplify the current code by treating all income the same, closing loopholes, and sticking with the progressiveness of the current rate structure.
Amid all of the fuss over Cain's 9-9-9 plan and Perry's massive cuts, Romney's more conventional tax plan has largely flown under the radar. That's exactly the way he wants it.
People demand that the feds take action against a bad economy, not realizing that the feds — more than anyone else — are responsible for their misery
The average rate for a 30 year fixed rate mortgage declined 8 basis points to 4.12 percent since last week while the purchase application volume increased 4.8 percent, and the refinance application increased 12.10 percent over the same period
Nearly 4 in 10 seniors carry a mortgage, almost double the rate in the mid-1990s. With no boost in housing prices or Social Security benefits, indebted seniors face a squeeze.
While the official unemployment figures continue to hover around 9 percent in the U.S., the real unemployment is rate is closer to 16 percent. In Europe, however, real unemployment figures are much lower than actual figures. Why?
Holiday cards can be a fairly time-consuming project, but worthwhile. Here’s how to do it.
Why doesn't the nation sell some of its valuable assets to Germany?
During Bill Clinton’s presidency, the unemployment rate fell from 7.3 percent to 3.9 percent. The number of people who were unemployed fell by 3.7 million over eight years. Love them or hate them, the Clinton years marked a high water mark for the creation of jobs. On Tuesday, publisher Alfred A. Knopf released the former president’s latest book, “Back to Work,” which is in part a list of ways Mr. Clinton thinks the nation can get its job machine back on track. Here are five suggestions (out of 46) from the silver-haired “man from Hope."
If the Supreme Court and regressive Republicans insist big corporations are people and want to treat them as American citizens, then why not demand big corporations take a pledge of allegiance to the United States?
Private non-farm job “openings” increased 6.75 percent since August, climbing 23.01 percent above the level seen in September 2010