As productivity slows, experts ask if an era of innovation is over. Has the digital revolution lost its juice? Optimists say invention only drives more invention.
For decades, policymakers have enthusiastically supported special tax breaks for small businesses, including start-ups. But there is a wide gap between the professed support for small businesses and what the tax code does for (and to) start-ups in the real world.
Tax refunds are on the way, and it's tempting to spend them on fun things like vacations. Consider investing your tax refund instead.
President Obama's FY16 budget proposal would cut federal subsidies for premium seats at college sporting events. Federal subsidies ought to provide national benefits and there’s no evidence that boosting attendance in high-priced court-side or skybox seats does that.
The game of chicken between Greece and its international creditors is intensifying as the current loan package is set to expire at the end of the month.
The the 401(k) loan is an often-overlooked source of funds for debt consolidation and interest rate reduction. However, to some financial advisors, the 401(k) plan is the third rail of debt management strategies — a source of capital that should never be touched.
Intuit has halted the transmission of all state e-filing tax returns through its TurboTax software on worries of rampant fraud. Intuit said that the company and some states have noticed an increase in 'suspicious filings' with TurboTax and attempts by to use stolen information to file fake state tax returns
Roth IRAs, as well as traditional IRAs, come with complex rules and a lot of opportunities for missteps. Here are three of the most common mistakes people make with a Roth IRA, and how to avoid them.