April 2015 Headlines
Clinton is threatening higher tax rates on the rich to reduce income inequality if she becomes president. But if income redistribution policies are the solution to shrinking the rich-poor gap, why do they fail so miserably in the states?
The 2014 tax year marks the first time taxpayers will get a glimpse of how much Obamacare will cost them. One out of every four Americans could face fines if they haven't bought health insurance yet.
Last-minute tax filers could be opening themselves up to becoming victims of fraud. The IRS warns that scammers often prey on tax procrastinators.
Millions of Americans turn to tax services to help them complete their tax returns, and one of the best known names in the industry is John Hewitt. Find out his personal success story and how to win in any business you choose.
Growing evidence shows that the U.S. economy is slowing down, according to a new report by the Labor Department.
Nearly everyone is thinking about cancer, thanks to the Ken Burns' film on PBS, "Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies." But it hides the good news that astonishing progress has been made in diagnosis and treatment.