Study your past bills and track all of your current spending to help keep it in check. Knowing your resources and limits will curb impulse buys.
The impact of sales taxes does not always come as a surprise. But there’s another kind of tax whose impact might surprise a lot of us: Tariffs that are imposed on imported goods.
The so-called 'file-and-suspend' strategy, which allows millions of Americans to collect Social Security benefits from a spouse's plan while deferring collecting from their own, will effectively end on April 29.
Food Tank recently had the opportunity to speak with Diane Hatz, the Founder and Executive Director of Change Food, who will be speaking at the 2nd Annual Food Tank Summit in Washington, D.C. on April 20–21, 2016.
A lease-purchase agreement, while not perfect, can be a good option for transitioning from renting to owning, especially when it's your first place.
Your credit score is made up of several factors, everything from how often you pay your bills on time to how much you owe on your credit cards. And some things will impact your credit score more than others.
Most married couples file jointly, because it's usually cheaper than filing separately. But in a sliver of cases, it's not.
President Barack Obama and Speaker Paul Ryan have proposed similar expansions of the earned income tax credit (EITC) for low-income workers that don't have children. But as designed, their proposals could actually penalize many low-income workers who choose to marry or are married.
Can you name your student loan servicer? If the federal government’s new proposal goes according to plan, you won’t have to.
The Volkswagen diesel scandal has led to calls for more real-world emission testing outside laboratory conditions, which one auto executive claims could lead to lower fuel economy numbers.
Read on to see how to score a remarkable trip to Ireland in September, a Caribbean cruise in 2017, low-cost nationwide flights, and more.
Ryan, who became speaker because he is both a strong partisan and a smart man, cleverly conflates two ideas: By raising the notion of 'static distribution,' he describes the growth and distributional effects of tax policy as if they are the same thing. They are not.
What besides size makes the new model different from the previous one? And which one would you be better off buying? We’ve compared the more affordable new 9.7-inch iPad Pro against its 12.9-inch iPad Pro sibling to help you pick the right Apple tablet for you.
Getting more than a quarter of a million people to put down $1,000 apiece for a car they won't get for another two years is a remarkable feat.
New Labor Department regulations on advisors who have their hands in your retirement accounts require them to act in the best interests of clients. There are plenty of good advisors out there who already follow this rule. But there are also plenty who don’t.
Some are insignificant costs like that bottle of hotel water you thought was free, but turned out to be $3. Others, like resort fees can add up to hundreds of dollars. To help you avoid unwanted extra expenses, we've put together a list of the most common ones.