Stocks are higher as Alcoa unofficially kicked off the earnings season Tuesday night by topping revenue expectations.
The complexity of the code requires people to spend too much time on their tax returns, watchdog says, even though 90% use software or a tax preparer.
If both partners make more than $400,000 a year, a married couple could end up paying more in taxes than two single wage earners would pay.
Mortgages are now easier to obtain than they've been in recent years, yet a quarter of those who apply are turned down.
How sweet it would be to make an online purchase in the morning and receive a package that afternoon. That's nearly instant gratification.
Having the right credit card can help you pay down debt faster, earn rewards and build your credit score.
Mattel is upgraded to 'buy,' and Qualcomm is initiated with a 'buy.'
By collecting real-time data through set-top boxes, Dish may develop a new way for the industry to sell advertisements.
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