April 2014 Headlines

Growing Fed. Regulations Draining Americans' Wallets

Americans are spending thousands of dollars every year to pay for the constantly growing number of federal regulations, according to a new report.

Electricity Rates Expected to Rise in Years Ahead

Experts warn consumers can expect higher electricity rates in the coming years, the Los Angeles Times reports.

Rising Food, Gas Prices Put Squeeze on Consumers

A government report shows food prices jumped last month and there's concern the trend may continue.

Americans Lament Gov’t Bills on Tax 'Freedom' Day

As Americans mark April 21, Tax Freedom Day, many say it's a crime that citizens spend so much of their year working to pay Washington's bills.

Pre-Recession Jobless Rates a Sign of Stability?

Economic experts say despite recent weekly unemployment numbers showing pre-recession jobless rates, it doesn't mean the economy is well enough to stand on its own.

Gen iDistracted? Business the Millennial Way

To an older generation, social media looks more like a distraction. But to tech-savvy Millenials entering the workforce, it's a way of doing business.

Deducting Some Misery from Tax Time

For many, one of the most stressful days of the year is just ahead. If you're one of the millions still scrambling to file, the IRS has a few suggestions that could help.

'America's Rabbi' Shares Business Secrets of the Bible

Rabbi Daniel Lapin says you'll almost never find Jews tinkering with their cars or mowing their own lawns on the weekends. He explains there's a very good reason for that.