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While many expect to be paying for things with a tap of our phones by 2020, privacy fears and resistance from credit card companies could slow this trend.
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There's no IRS form for 'off-Earth income,' but that doesn't mean astronauts don't have to get their taxes done on time.
Congress prepares to vote on the Buffett Rule.
Americans are eating out less and taking fewer driving vacations in an effort to save money.
National Economic Council deputy director Brian Deese explains the Buffett Rule in five minutes.
Workers are worried about being viewed as less-than-dedicated to their jobs, and as a result are not using up to 70 percent of their annual vacation time.
Despite his best efforts, President Obama has been unable to fix the housing crisis.
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Overall debt reaches $1 trillion. Even seniors still owe $36 billion on their student loans.
A bump in well-priced foreclosures has brought many real estate investors back to the market.
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Discrepancies in the timeline of when the systems were hacked may indicate separate attacks on credit card information.
Americans routinely don't pay credit card bills on time and over-draw on their checking accounts.