Trump will have a clear advantage not enjoyed by all incoming presidents: His party controls the legislative branch.
Donald Trump’s victory in the election means something for banking. It’s just hard to say what that something is.
Donald Trump’s victory was a polling surprise, but he has had plans for some time for making a big splash when he enters the White House.
One thing they can agree on, though: The presidential election is like a car that’s out of control.
Look hard and you might see that the debates actually did feature some meaty discussion of the economy.
The second presidential debate touched on these economic topics — along with other issues, including character.
The New York Times report on Donald Trump’s old tax returns included comments from his former accountant. Should he have kept his knowledge of the GOP presidential candidate’s returns confidential?
For more than an hour and a half, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump duked it out over a wide variety of issues. Here is a look at five topics related to your money that were addressed during the debate.
Donald Trump’s revised tax plan is less costly, but at the expense of those who contribute to charities. They would lose more of the value of their itemized deductions.
The gross national debt stands at $19 trillion, equaling 106% of the country’s gross domestic product, and under Clinton or Trump it would grow even larger.