Author: Stacy Johnson
In today’s roundup: growing meat in a laboratory, lousy pay for new workers, tax refund anticipation loans…and more news you need today.
If you bought a house in 2008, the tax “credit” you received wasn’t really a credit at all – it was an interest-free loan from Uncle Sam.
A look at five interesting personal finance posts from other bloggers around the web. This week? Networking Techniques, Easy Home Improvements, Measured Savings, Advantages of Taking Longer to Graduate, and Investing vs Gambling…
Higher chocolate prices ahead, how your name influences the way you shop, the first IRS app and more stories you need to see today.
If you’re getting nailed by data usage charges on your AT&T iPhone, Verizon is giving you a reason to switch.
3-D TV makes millions dizzy, New York State is selling stuff on eBay, your smart phone is starting to replace your wallet, and more stories you need to see today.
Lots of agencies out there are falling all over themselves to help you with your credit card debt. But why are so few willing to tackle other stuff?
Originally the IRS asked some taxpayers to wait until sometime in mid-February to send in their returns. Now the date is official – February 14.
It’s a common belief that the United States offers lower income tax rates than most other developed countries. Like many common beliefs, this one is wrong.
We scan the web so you don’t have to! A look at five interesting personal finance posts from other bloggers around the web.
If you’ve ever tried to stick to a budget and failed at following through, it’s because you didn’t take one of these steps. Here’s how to create a budget that works.