The federal government is heading toward a shutdown. Here's what that means for Social Security and other services.
The Federal Reserve paused interest rates in its September meeting. But inflation remains high as Americans deal with record credit card debt. Here’s what to do.
Instacart's shares surged Tuesday as the grocery delivery company went from the super market to the stock market.
The U.S. national debt exceeded $33 trillion on Monday for the first time ever, setting off alarm bells over unprecedented levels of government spending.
Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan is touting a new plan to reduce taxes for homeowners in the city. Under the Land Value Tax plan, most of the city's homeowners would see their taxes drop 17%.
On Monday, the company announced that the deal would include Perry's five studio albums that she recorded for Capitol Records between 2008 and 2020. The sale is worth $225 million, according to multiple reports.
Dealerships are worried interest rates and less vehicle supply could hurt consumers. But there are worries of bigger fiscal cliffs on the way.
Tim Gurner, a multi-millionaire CEO of Gurner Group, a real estate company founded in 2013, said at a conference that COVID-19 created a work culture in which employees' attitudes and work ethic deteriorated.
The cost of a car could go up whether there's a strike causing less supply, or a higher negotiated wage trickling down to the consumer. But just how much? One experts says between $800 - $1,200 per vehicle.
How much money do you have to make to be considered middle class in Michigan? A new calculator is factoring the inflation surge of the past few years to determine what that number is now.
A 7-year-old Arkansas girl celebrating her birthday on a trip to the state's Crater of Diamonds State Park took home a big present after she found a nearly 3-carat diamond.
IRS Commissioner Daniel Werfel said the agency has new means of targeting wealthy people who have “cut corners” on their taxes.
Scammers may pretend to be from a utility company or the Federal Emergency Management Agency and ask an unsuspecting person to "verify information."
President Joe Biden and congressional leaders are focused on the passage of a months-long funding measure to keep government offices running while lawmakers iron out a budget.
Behind Jimmy Buffett's laid-back exterior was an admitted workaholic. In 2016, he had a net worth of $550 million.
U.S. home prices recently faced their sharpest rise since November.
Eligible Americans saving for retirement can continue catch-up contributions on a pretax basis through 2025.
The federal government is fining American Airlines $4.1 million for dozens of instances in which passengers were kept on board planes without a chance to exit during long ground delays.
More Gen Z and millennials are saying “I do…not."
Just five years ago, a price-conscious auto shopper in the United States could choose from among a dozen new small cars selling for under $20,000. Now, there’s just one.