Democrats who argue against military spending but in favor of non-military spending contradict themselves
As long as unemployment remains high, the economy needs boosts, not cuts
In October, total home sales climbed 1.4 percent since September and 13.5 percent above the level seen in October 2010.
The generation now coming into the workforce has a strong entrepreneurial spirit. That should help to eventually create long-term, sustainable growth for America.
Bank fees typically go up before new regulations. Now that the rules are in place, the most troublesome fee hikes are disappearing and competition will keep them from coming back.
A ratatouille casserole is a great way to get rid of the remaining vegetables in your garden and freezer, whatever they happen to be
On some level, a home is always an investment because of the amount of money that goes into it, but whether you treat it like an investment is really all about your needs and your situation.
The answer is easy: tax increases on the wealthiest households. This and other financial questions answered.
The Economic Cycle Research Institute's Weekly Leading Index weakened slightly, falling to 121.8 from last week resulting in the all important annualized “growth” component showing a value of -7.9 and continuing to suggest a recession call on the part of the ECRI’s economics staff.
The financial moves that governments are making aren't enough to solve debt problems, at home or abroad
The best wedding favors are deeply personal, useful, and (of course) inexpensive