Education Secretary Betsy DeVos testifies before the Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies subcommittee of the Senate Appropriations Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington, D. June REUTERS/Aaron P.
With the FCC opening the door for internet service providers to block content, networks owned and operated by local governments may be the last bastion of the free and open internet
Tax cuts for the wealthy doesn't trickle down, at least not in the US, the evidence is clear. Tax cuts for corporations might fare a little better through incre
The new MarketWatch Corporate Tax Calculator shows tax rates for all S&P 500 companies and sectors.
Vanguard Launches Factor ETFs
Illinois' $750 million bonds won by BofA with still hefty yields
UPDATE 1-U.S.-based stock ETFs attract $9.4 bln of inflows in latest week -Lipper
Two billionaire brothers, two bonds, two very different fates. This isn’t the plot of yet another sequel to Jeffrey Archer’s Kane and Abel, though it could very well be.
Why Republican Lawmakers Are Eyeing 401(k)s for Their Tax Plan
Richard H. Thaler, who won this year’s Nobel Prize for Economics, tweeted that limiting 401(k) pretax contributions would be "massively progressive" -- presumably because high-income earners, the ones who can afford to "max out" on their annual contributions, would see their tax burdens increase.
ership" of radio, newspaper, and TV assets in one market. The agency also voted to loosen rules allowing stations to coordinate with one another to sell advertising and to get rid of the "eight-voices rule," which barred television stations in one market from mergers unless at least eight independently owned and operated stations woul
Potential Senate tax tweak would curb pretax 401(k) catch-up contributions
Senator Orrin Hatch is calling for a boost to retirement plan contributions for the over 50 crowd, but you'll have to pay taxes upfront.