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While a mileage or points rewards credit card might look enticing, most consumers don’t even keep up-to-date with their balances.
59% of Americans felt the tax they paid in 2012 was fair and most taxpayers are using their tax refund to pay off debt or pad their savings.
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The mortgage interest tax deduction totals nearly $1 billion annually.
A new study from The Pew Charitable Trusts examines the association between unemployment and upward mobility.
From moving the family pet to getting breast implants, here are some of the oddest deductions justified to the IRS.
Taxpayers have less than two weeks left to file their 2012 tax returns on time but what should you do if you can't pay your tax bill?
It’s no April Fool’s joke. The number of coupons for natural and organic products seems to be shrinking. So get them while you can.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau complaint database has expanded from 19,000 entries to 90,000.
Going out to lunch and spending money on snacks during the workday sucks serious money out of employees' wallets.
When secret shoppers called more than 200 U.S. pharmacies to check the price of 5 top-selling drugs, they discovered an overall 447 percent difference.
The IRS released the 2013 Dirty Dozen tax scam, which includes identity theft, phishing and hiding income offshore.
Just how much can you deduct for the fondue set you donated to Goodwill on your taxes?
If you're thinking about claiming a home office deduction on your 2012 tax return, make sure you read these 5 articles first.
Now that the recession is starting to recede, Americans are starting to take strong interest in luxury brands again.
The fastest-growing job in the nation is in home health care, but the pay is low, even below minimum wage for some.
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