Policymakers at the Federal Reserve have opted to keep interest rates frozen.
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It might be surprising to learn what high earners say about the income tax rate.
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Potential changes in the tax code have huge ramifications for the wealthy.
In the wake of Liborgate, could mortgages be pegged to a different benchmark?
The disappointing May jobs report released this morning means bad news for the economy and for investors, but not for mortgage rates. The unemployment rate inched up to 8.2 percent and the economy added only 69,000 jobs in May, says the Labor Department. Economists had expected at least 150,000 new jobs. It gets worse: revisions