Obama needs to return to his original tax priorities, and stop treading in the morass of the Bush tax cuts.
Intellectual property law (IP) should protect businesses, but too often can be used to stifle the spread of ideas.
You could take a financial planning class, or get the benefits without the tuition by creating your own community of people working towards financial freedom.
Garrett Gruener, venture capitalist and founder of Ask.com, recently complained that he should have to pay more taxes. If he wants to pay down the debt, no one is stopping him.
Nick Clegg, Britain's Deputy Prime Minister and leader of the Liberal Democrats, has railed against people who 'avoid or evade' taxes. Those are very different, but a flat tax will eliminate both.
'Corporate social responsibility' is sometimes smart business, but it's always difficult to define. What social responsibilities do corporations bear? What should they?
We've all heard that 'nobody making less than $250,000' gets a tax increase. But just how is President Obama defining that?
Paul Krugman recently argued that Spain and Ireland had housing bubbles, so the Fed couldn't have been responsible for creating America's. His argument is misleading.
One homemade gift idea requiring some lead time is vanilla extract, which takes 2 to 6 months (and a trip to the liquor store) but costs only pennies a teaspoon to make.
At Monday's town hall meeting, President Obama could have laid out what the rich are doing to fight his efforts to help the economy. He didn't.
A new poll of small business owners finds that most fear the economy will stagnate or worsen in the next year.
How responsive is the free market to situations like the recent egg recall?