Education loans are straining millions of students' finances, and it is a hot-button topic on college campuses across the country. But if you look at who is really borrowing heavily, it's the graduate students
It’s been hard enough teaching people how to save for their retirement. It could be even more difficult to teach them how to spend that nest egg
We’re not No. 1 – at least when it comes to how much we pay in taxes compared to workers in other developed countries
The researchers also found that Hispanic, Asian and immigrant mothers are more likely than their peers to stay home full-time with children
If you’re bustling to beat the April 15 tax deadline take solace in the notion that your annual paper chase isn’t necessarily a character flaw but an inherited trait
It takes at least $389,000 to make the club
Louisiana Insurance Commissioner Jim Donelon was in Shreveport today reminding citizens to apply for their property insurance rebate, either as a tax credit on their state income tax form, or, if they don’t pay income tax, as a check.
A tax professional says you could lose money if you chose to do taxes yourself.
You may have to pay more for a night out on the town if you live in Texas.
Taxpayers can get the most out of various tax benefits and get a jump on preparing their 2013 federal income tax returns by consulting a newly revised comprehensive tax guide now available on IRS.gov.