For the world's wealthiest people, buying an average US home would be like spending 42 cents.
If you overindulged in spending during the holidays, there are steps to prevent a sick feeling when you get your new credit card bills.
This week's agreement settled a number of tax issues. But Congress still has to make hard decisions about spending cuts, the debt limit and the national debt.
Some communities will make it worth your while to relocate by paying toward your student loans or covering other expenses.
Make less than $400,000? New limits on deductions could raise taxes for anyone making more than $250,000, twice the number affected by the new rates for top earners.
While the price of food and other essentials continues to climb, some costs are bucking the trend.
The performer will be marketing the card through social media to his many teenage fans.
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Six weeks later, most Americans have forgotten about the 2014 tax season -- except those who didn't file by the April 15 deadline.
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