12/17/2007 - A chat with Congressman Charles Rangel, D-N.Y.
Bankrate talks to the chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee about his new tax reform bill.
12/17/2007 - The tax system needs major tweaking
The political environment is poisoned because almost all congressmen signed a no-new-taxes pledge, says Len Burman of the Tax Policy Center.
12/17/2007 - Views from OMB Watch
Politicians who pledge no new taxes are either neglecting the facts or making promises they can't or shouldn't keep.
12/17/2007 - Kinky Friedman would rather gamble
The singer, songwriter, mystery writer and former gubernatorial candidate of Texas says taxes aren't too terribly interesting.
12/17/2007 - Celebrities talk taxes
From actress Lorraine Bracco to actor Steve Schirripa, celebrities have something to say about taxes.
11/19/2007 - Suze Orman likes trusts
Suze Orman says revocable living trusts are far superior to wills in passing along your assets.
11/19/2007 - Cass Warner shares a rich family legacy
The granddaughter of Harry Warner, one of the Warner Bros., inherited more than money from her ancestors.
11/19/2007 - Theodore Kurlowicz says you need a pro
Estate plans need professional evaluation, says this estate planning professor of The American College.
11/19/2007 - Celebrities talk about estate planning
Just because they're famous doesn't release them from the task of planning for their families' futures after they're gone.
10/22/2007 - Index fund mastermind John Bogle
Going simple and low-cost are the keys to long-term gain, says John Bogle, founder of Vanguard and creator of the index fund.
10/22/2007 - Making sense of mutual funds
Personal finance author Gail MarksJarvis explains how to research and compare funds, among other investing tips.
10/22/2007 - Keith Cameron Smith on millionaires
The poor focus on survival, the middle class on comfort, and the rich on freedom, says this personal finance author.