The Dow reached another major milestone Tuesday, closing above 15,000 for the first time ever. But some say it may be too soon to celebrate.
Two conservative brothers could be the future owners of eight large newspaper branches owned by the media giant, The Tribune Company.
A new Associated Press GFK poll finds only one in four expect their financial situation to improve over the year.
TurboTax customers may be scrambling to file before the April 15 IRS deadline after the online tax software company went offline briefly Sunday.
A new National Small Business Association survey released showed the tax code is a major burden on American's small businesses.
Tax day has arrived and some taxpayers will be making a midnight trip to the post office to get those forms in on time.
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The U.S. Postal Service announced Wednesday it will continue Saturday mail delivery despite previous plans to cut back to a five-day delivery system.
Tax expert Daniel Pilla says the fear associated with filing your income taxes can be avoided by following a few easy steps.
A slowdown in March job gains has experts questioning the strength of the market for the spring season.
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Residents in the tornado-battered town of Moore spent the day trying to recover and clean up as the state's governor asked America to pray for Oklahoma.
Senate lawmakers jumped on the chance to grill the top IRS officials over the agency's targeting of conservative groups.
Despite the deadly tornadoes plaguing Moore, Okla., and other cities in the Midwest and Plains, forecasters say so far the 2013 tornado season has been fairly quiet.