the U.S. House of Representatives voted overwhelmingly (347-8) in early February to approve changing the definition of who is an accredited investor. An accredited investor is qualified to buy exempt securities — securities not registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
The IRS, Federal Trade Commission and Social Security Administration are taking steps to protect consumers from identity theft.
People age 65+ are 34% more likely to lose money in a scam than someone in their 40s.
Credit card debt is becoming a staple of the American household, as more people look to plastic as a personal loan. An estimated 60% of Americans have credit card debt.
Winning the NFL championship means more bling. It also means the value of the showy Super Bowl ring is taxable.
The late rock star left a fortune to his kids, but one of them won’t get the money just yet.
SoFi shelled out around $5 million, or a whopping 20% of its annual budget, for a 30-second spot that aired during the 2nd quarter of the game Feb. 7 on CBS.
The president’s proposed fiscal 2017 budget includes some provisions to encourage workplace retirement plans.
Some tax breaks that were made permanent parts of the tax code also are affected by inflation. The IRS has announced those effects for the 2016 tax year.
The Takata air bag recall has expanded with 2.3 million more cars recalled, bringing the total recalls to more than 26 million vehicles.