Markets / Finance
- Dreaming of an international getaway? Here’s why now is the perfect time to book a cheap flight for your next vacation.
- Tax day dread is common, taxes owed or not, as 27 percent of Americans would rather get an IRS tattoo than ever have to file their taxes again, according to a survey.
- After you’ve filed your tax return, keep the momentum going with this checklist for managing your money.
- You don’t need a computer science degree to invest in the digital currency known as Bitcoin. It’s more mainstream than you might think.
- For young women, choosing a career path that is sustainable as well as satisfying is more important than ever.
- Just six months after its stock gift cards first hit several dozen store shelves, Stockpile's product is taking off.
- If you take tax advice from fellow freelance workers, you might be overusing these three deductions.
- Like drugs, inexpensive clothes get consumers hooked. But the woman behind the #30Wears campaign says higher-quality apparel may be better for your budget.
- Even if you don't expect cash back this year, experts say there are many good reasons to send in your return early.
- Research shows you’ll likely get a raise if you ask for one, but more than half of employees still don’t ask. Here’s how to make it happen.
- With interest rates on the rise and the possibility of another recession, paying off credit card debt is more important than ever.
- Some experts say the U.S. is heading for another economic downturn, but that doesn't mean it's time to panic. Here are some steps you can take to protect yourself.
- Millennials appear more wary of the market than older Americans. Here’s what needs to change to turn them into investors.
- Here are five New Year’s resolutions that can help you achieve your savings and investment goals.
- Oscar, expanding to California and Texas, could be a model for the future of health coverage. Like Uber, it uses technology to enhance its services.
- A rise in default rates has led some experts to point to historical precedent, which suggests a recession ahead.
- Claudio Borio of the Bank of International Settlements noted that the end of market “turbulence” should not be understood as total economic stability.
- Vendors in the border town of Ciudad del Este, Paraguay, said sales are dropping as Brazilian shoppers disappear from the city's sprawling markets.
- The EU extended restrictions placed in 2013 on Chinese solar panel manufacturers due to complaints of "dumping" by local companies.
- Global M&A activity rose as companies looked for tax havens and took advantage of cheap interest rates, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing a research report.
- However, SunTrust analyst Robert Peck says the board may hold off on any decision because of the complexity of some of the options.
- EU-wide debt crises and the meltdown of Greek relations have made holdouts like Poland and Sweden wary of adopting the euro.