You might be entitled to some of the $42 billion in unclaimed property the government is holding. Find and reclaim your loot with these online tools.
by: Michael Kling | channel: Personal Finance
Tell us if you would donate to the government and we'll enter you in a drawing to win a $20 Amazon Gift Card!
by: Ashley Jacobs | channel: Giveaways
Wondering what the debt ceiling is and how the current crisis could effect you? Learn what's going on and what it means for both the country and average Americans.
by: Sarah Winfrey | channel: Financial News
Should we extend the tax cuts for the rich? This may affect you more than you think, even if you aren't making $250,000 yet.
by: David Ning | channel: Financial News, Taxes
If a good price seems to good to be true...it probably is. Learn how low interest rates drive home prices higher.
by: David Ning | channel: Financial News, Real Estate and Housing
I’m going to out on a limb and make the bold statement: the United States government wants you in debt, rather than you saving money. Politics aside, I am going to discuss why I be
by: Investor Junkie | channel: Personal Finance, Debt Management
Having a prosperous country (as opposed to having merely a prosperous elite) depends fundamentally on the rule of law. The system can work adequately well with various sets of rule
by: Philip Brewer | channel: Personal Finance
Today is April 15th, also known as the dreaded Tax Day in America. Due to the recession many people may find that they do not have enough money in the bank to pay what they owe. I
by: Xin Lu | channel: Personal Finance, Credit Cards, Taxes
This week President Obama rolled out an initiative for the failing American automakers to restructure. The plan proposes several consumer incentives to jumpstart auto sales. Her
by: Xin Lu | channel: Personal Finance, Cars and Transportation, Consumer Affairs, Taxes
Do you know the difference between planned and perceived obsolescence?
Do you know why high heels are fashionable with chunky heels one year, and thin heels the next year?
by: Nora Dunn | channel: Consumer Affairs, Green Living, Lifestyle
The Census Bureau produces an important set of demographics data about the United States every ten years. The 2010 Census is coming up soon and the Bureau is hiring thousands of t
by: Xin Lu | channel: Personal Finance
Today a new rescue program called the Term Asset-Backed Securities Loan Facility (TALF) was announced by the Treasury and Federal Reserve to support owners of securities backed by
by: Xin Lu | channel: Personal Finance, Consumer Affairs, Credit Cards, Debt Management
2008 will probably go down in history as the year of bailouts, crashes, and meltdowns. Here is a quick run down of all the laws and bills congress pushed through with lightning spe
by: Xin Lu | channel: Consumer Affairs, Taxes
Well folks, I hope you have plenty of time on your hands. The initial 3-page document that Bush and Paulson put forward has grown somewhat. It's hardly surprising, considering how
by: Paul Michael | channel: Personal Finance, Consumer Affairs, Credit Cards
Several times recently, Treasury Secretary Paulson (and many others) have claimed that the "root cause" of the current financial crisis is "the housing correction." This is comple
by: Philip Brewer | channel: Real Estate and Housing
About a year ago I wrote an article about the Consumer Price Index that made some friends say that I am a conspiracy theorist, but apparently I am not alone in believing that the g
by: Xin Lu | channel: Personal Finance, Consumer Affairs
It is the foundation for the way the United States Government is organized. It is the supreme law of the U.S. And It was adopted on September 17th, 1787 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvan
by: Paul Michael | channel: Consumer Affairs
Today my friend sent me an article titled "We Have Met the Enemy" by Knight Kiplinger, the Editor in Chief of Kiplinger publications. It is a blunt article pointing out that Americ
by: Xin Lu | channel: Personal Finance, Consumer Affairs, Debt Management
The US Treasury pays more money to more people than just about anybody in the world. Last year it disbursed more than $1.6 trillion in 982 million individual payments. As you can
by: Philip Brewer | channel: Banking, Consumer Affairs, Credit Cards
Yesterday I read a news item that stated the House and Senate are considering another tax benefit for homebuyers and homebuilders. The idea the House is considering is basically g
by: Xin Lu | channel: Personal Finance, Real Estate and Housing, Taxes
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