A similar survey conducted in July showed the 2 major candidates tied.
Obama and Romney should tackle these major financial issues -- whether or not they come up tonight.
Unless Congress acts, $600 billion of spending cuts and tax hikes will take effect in 2013. It could derail the economy and tank your 401k.
Some people argue the break distorts the housing market and unfairly helps buyers who can afford more expensive homes.
Mark your calendar -- 17 states give shoppers a break from taxes on select school supplies on these dates.
An hour of effort here and there before 2012 arrives can reduce your taxes, build your retirement savings and simplify your financial life.
Pity anyone who took the tax credit to buy a house in 2009 or 2010.
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