With time running out to prepare your tax return, you may think it's too late for tax-saving measures. But you can still take steps to substantially reduce what you owe.
If your student loan debt is canceled, even because of disability, expect a bill from the IRS. The agency considers forgiven debt of all kinds taxable income.
The stock has tumbled since the company's IPO, and some analysts would like to see profits. The company's chief says there's no timetable for that.
Tallies of national production have been key to measuring economic progress worldwide. But a growing number of economists say that GDP is not enough.
Questions about the company's numbers are sending the stock lower. This could hurt other social-networking names, including Facebook.
Sorry, NYSE. Reports say the company's IPO -- expected in May or June -- will put it on the Nasdaq, along with Apple, Google and Microsoft.
Let's settle this now so we can move on to something more important: The odds of a Joe Sixpack residing in the White House after the November elections are zero.
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Pipeline owners are making big profits on oil coming from North Dakota's Bakken fields. But a lot of natural gas continues to be flared due to low prices.
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