Some medal and prize-money winning U.S. Olympic athletes from the Rio Games are about to enjoy that income tax-free.
The House is slightly behind the Senate in the competition to award Olympians tax relief for their winnings, but a bill to do just that has gained critical Ways and Means support.
American sports fans love their National Football League teams. They also love their fantasy football teams. Good news for them. More states are allowing the daily fantasy games.
Many American workers indicate it’s OK to watch the Olympics on the job, depending on the sport.
We scoured Twitter to find the best #PhelpsFace memes so we could all laugh at our money struggles together.
In previous Olympics events, some members of Congress proposed a tax break for the games’ medalists. This year, such a bill has finally cleared one chamber.
It took a lot of work to get Sochi ready for the 2014 Winter Olympics games. One contractor involved in the makeover now is facing Russian tax evasion charges.
Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps is abandoning retirement and jumping back into the pool. Here’s what we can learn from his experience.
Some Congress members are calling for tax-free medals. Good thing the bill won’t go anywhere.
Michael Phelps’ retirement will have him seeing green. The Olympic star already has plenty of “medal” as a sponsor.