Data released by the Internal Revenue Service shows the Land of Lincoln could be in big trouble.
The Wyoming Highway Patrol seized nearly $92,000 from musician Phil Parhamovich, who was never even accused or charged with a crime.
National Review’s Ramesh Ponnuru says the tax cuts don't tilt toward the middle class. He's wrong.
Congressional Republicans delivered on tax reform. That was the easy part.
Only 1 in 4 Millennials Demonstrate ‘Basic Financial Literacy,’ According to George Washington University Poll
Those numbers are understandable when one looks at how much time states spend on financial literacy instruction.
Census statistics on poverty ignore a great many things.
Republicans are expected to pass sweeping tax legislation Tuesday. Here's what the finalized bill looks like.
The alt-right’s turn toward overt anti-capitalism is neither surprising nor new nor counterintuitive.
Karl Marx doesn’t align with what’s important to Millennials.
How much can the chattering class actually help me be a better person, a better husband, a better father, or a better boss?
A new study conducted by researchers at Vanderbilt University found that gay men make considerably more than straight men, on average.
Why we should not be making a federal case over Fingerlings.
A new study reveals a big gap in what people think they spend on eating out and what they actually spend.
If the GOP wants to shed the label “party of the rich,” Republican leaders would be wise to begin thinking broadly about what’s actually in the public interest instead of throwing bones to the check-writers.
A new Gallup poll found that Americans' feelings on one issue are strikingly similar to those from a poll taken during the Watergate era.
Why the sudden uptick in college-educated, twenty-something, farming newbies entering the field?
If you want a job that pays a decent wage, you have to pay to play via college. But a new study suggests this doesn't have to be the case.
Pierre Poilievre, a member of the Canadian Parliament, explains why countries with big governments usually have much bigger gaps between rich and poor.
The economic track record of socialism is as dismal as its human rights record.
It is an odd thing about man; even at peace we need outlets for competition and conflict.
In the end, the socialist promise of free money is very expensive for all.
Sanctimonious Republican arguments for raising taxes on some people ring hollow.
Black markets remain a crucial element of survival for many North Koreans today.
We'll be getting the usual fraud which involves "tax reform" coupled with ever-increasing government spending.
I’m sure there are a hundred more reasons why college tuition is so expensive, but at the very least we need to stop putting a band aid on the student loan crisis and start addressing why it happened.
The girl says to the guy, “It’s not you; it’s me.” The guy thinks, I’ve heard that before; she doesn’t like me. But it turns out the girl is right.
The CBO says the nation’s debt-GDP ratio is expected to rise to 150 percent by 2047, a level that 'poses substantial risks for the nation and presents policymakers with significant challenges.'
There is a tendency by some public finance analysts to mischaracterize tax breaks as a 'gift to the rich.'