Reports show that those making $75,000
to $100,000 a year are the fastest-growing share of people who don’t
pay federal income taxes.
Many Americans have seen much of their wealth vanish in the past 4 yrs as a severe recession and widespread joblessness have vaporized trillions.
In the wake of studies that found that tax returns filed by paid
preparers can be riddled with mistakes, the IRS is
clamping down on the industry.
The 30-yr fixed-rate mortgage has been a stalwart of today’s real
estate market for homeowners looking to refinance. Now it’s facing
As we head toward the end of the year, now’s a good time to see if your finances are on track.
Upending the notion of parents passing down their estates, many
baby boomers are spending the money on themselves
while they’re alive.
As retailers head toward the holidays, they have
reason to be optimistic: Months of solid sales are expected to continue through year-end.
The WH issued a new assessment that predicted continued high
unemployment for the rest of this year and all of 2012.