Tuesday, October 16, 2012
So by all now we have seen this admittedly funny DNC ad on Romney’s tax plan. But what do we actually know about the candidates’ tax plans? And how are they going to impact your wallet? The answers to these questions AND many more in "Obama vs. Romney on Taxes," a wonderfully detailed breakdown by our tax experts.)

So by all now we have seen this admittedly funny DNC ad on Romney’s tax plan. But what do we actually know about the candidates’ tax plans? And how are they going to impact your wallet? The answers to these questions AND many more in "Obama vs. Romney on Taxes," a wonderfully detailed breakdown by our tax experts.)

Finance Debate Bingo. BRILLIANT. Thanks, Yahoo!

Finance Debate Bingo. BRILLIANT. Thanks, Yahoo!

Tuesday, October 9, 2012
The U.S. suffers from staggering economic inequality — as staggering, in some places, as Nigeria, El Salvador and the Dominican Republic. Richard Florida ran the numbers and compared cities in the U.S. to highly unequal foreign countries. That colorful map might look pretty, but its implications for U.S. income inequality are not. 

The U.S. suffers from staggering economic inequality — as staggering, in some places, as Nigeria, El Salvador and the Dominican Republic. Richard Florida ran the numbers and compared cities in the U.S. to highly unequal foreign countries. That colorful map might look pretty, but its implications for U.S. income inequality are not. 

Monday, October 8, 2012
If Congress fails to extend the payroll tax holiday, you’ll see the difference in your paycheck. It’s scheduled to expire December 31, and neither President Obama nor Governor Romney seem interested in extending it. You can calculate your exact (welp!) losses here.

If Congress fails to extend the payroll tax holiday, you’ll see the difference in your paycheck. It’s scheduled to expire December 31, and neither President Obama nor Governor Romney seem interested in extending it. You can calculate your exact (welp!) losses here.

Thursday, October 4, 2012
People save less now than they did four years ago — and way less than they did in 1982, when saving hit a record high. What’s up with that, America?! You can tell us in this handy poll and read more about indicators here. 

People save less now than they did four years ago — and way less than they did in 1982, when saving hit a record high. What’s up with that, America?! You can tell us in this handy poll and read more about indicators here

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