With David Letterman set to continue hosting the 'Late Show' until 2014, there's little surprise about who tops the list.
A bill in Congress would let owners deduct the costs of pet care. The Tax Court has ruled in favor of a charitable deduction for foster cats, but there are no breaks for pets so far.
Our government agencies continue to do everything in their considerable power to keep hidden information that belongs in the public realm.
Anecdotal evidence indicates that some bad apples are ruining the barrel when it comes to job seeking and applying for unemployment benefits.
People say they would be more embarrassed to be caught shoplifting or littering than they would be if they were caught cheating on their taxes.
The federal government is ramping up its efforts to combat criminals who engage in identity theft to collect other people's tax refunds.
If you win that huge prize, you might want to party like a rock star. But a financial advisor would probably tell you to invest it like Grandma. You'd still have millions to spend every year.
Representatives say they gave money in 2010 to pay for advocacy of their industry in Washington, not for political purposes.
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