With the Senate vote to end tax breaks for ethanol, the Republican promise not to raise taxes is falling apart
Michele Bachmann wants to get rid of taxes on capital gains, which would take certain millionaires off of income tax rolls
Individuals and small businesses are increasingly turning to peer-to-peer lending websites since it can be difficult to get a bank loan
Father's Day gifts may generate a little more boost to the economy this year. Americans will spend an average $106.49, slightly according to a survey by the National Retail Federation. That would be the largest amount in at least eight years. Sure, you can always buy a power tool. In these tough times, however, dads might appreciate something that's equal parts flair and frugal. Here are five unusual Father’s Day gifts for less than $25, which could make June 19 especially memorable.
You can count many things as assets, as long as you own them and they have value
The recovery is stalling because the government intervened too soon. A little disaster goes a long way to wipe out bad business.
Unclaimed money in the United States runs into the billions of dollars. But if you go searching for unclaimed money, do it yourself – at least at first.
Unemployment benefits applications for initial claims fell by 16,000 since last week, and unemployment benefits for continued claims fell by 21,000
New home permits increase 2.5 percent, but remain below levels of a year ago. New home permits are down nearly 80 percent from their 2005 peak.
Housing prices, once on the rebound, are falling again. Inventories of unsold homes mean housing prices will remain weak for years.
How can a small business raise prices when demand is already weak?
Sen. Tom Coburn wants to abandon the Republican promise not to raise taxes, and he may be convincing other Republicans to consider the same