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When Deep Pockets Met the Turd, Bad Things Happened Jan. 19, 2018

Tales From the Front

We recently heard from "Deep Pockets," whose boyfriend — and I use the term as loosely —... Read More

Who Really Pays for Corporate Subsidies? Jan. 17, 2018

Jim Hightower

The hustlers claim that job incentives are a sound investment of our tax dollars, because those new ... Read More

Your Will Is Others' Command Jan. 07, 2018

Dear Annie®

Dear Annie: I have a will that I made out several years ago but needs revising. Seeing as I have no ... Read More

The Ball is in Your Court Jan. 06, 2018

Classic Annie's Mailbox

Dear Annie: My ex-husband and I have been divorced for three years. It was his idea. He cheated on m... Read More

Cleaning Up Son's Messes Dec. 29, 2017

Dear Annie®

Dear Annie: A while ago, my husband and I co-signed a car loan for my son. At the time, he was very ... Read More

Inheritance Causes Family Rift Dec. 28, 2017

Dear Annie®

Dear Annie: When my dad passed away several years ago, he left a certificate of deposit to me. When ... Read More

Tax Bill Could Help Us All Dec. 25, 2017

Daily Editorials

"We the people" will receive the most substantial tax cut since 1986, when President Ronald Reagan s... Read More

5 Key Motivators That Influence Teens Dec. 20, 2017

Everyday Cheapskate

They want independence and freedom; you want them to take responsibility for their actions. They wan... Read More

Taxpayer Funds Have No Place in Settling Lawmakers' Harassment Claims Dec. 20, 2017

Daily Editorials

Something is truly amiss in American democracy if elected officials and political appointees think t... Read More

GOP Doubles Down on Unpopular Tax Plan Dec. 15, 2017

Daily Editorials

Republicans on Capitol Hill have a new sense of urgency to pass their tax plan now that the slim GOP... Read More

Money in the Bank Is Frugality's Reward Dec. 05, 2017

Everyday Cheapskate

Living frugally does not mean choosing a life of poverty. Frugality is simply the act of avoiding wa... Read More

Congress has its Own Hush Fund Dec. 05, 2017

Daily Editorials

If you're a victim of sexual harassment and you work for Congress, you can't complain to the human r... Read More

A Tax Credit We Need to Preserve Dec. 04, 2017

Daily Editorials

The Republican plan to rewrite the U.S. tax code is a massive document with dozens of complex provis... Read More

House Republicans Target Medical Expense Deductions Nov. 23, 2017

Daily Editorials

Is it right that people in nursing homes and families with disabled children should pay more taxes s... Read More

Tips for Finding Financial Advice Nov. 22, 2017

Ask Carrie

Dear Carrie, While I've always managed my own money, it's getting harder for me to stay on top of e... Read More

Do Not Hand Over Your Money Nov. 20, 2017

Classic Annie's Mailbox

Dear Annie: I work in a large organization and know my colleagues quite well. Though I enjoy working... Read More

Tax Plan Targets College Tuition Breaks Nov. 20, 2017

Daily Editorials

Parents and students everywhere, especially faculty and staff at higher-education institutions aroun... Read More

Taker in the Form of a Giver Nov. 17, 2017

Dear Annie®

Dear Annie: My brother-in-law, "Tom," is 70 years old and a totally disabled Navy veteran. He has be... Read More

I'm Sending You Ten Dollars Nov. 14, 2017

'Tween 12 & 20

DR. WALLACE: My mother is always on my case to keep my bedroom tidy. I told her it would be more fun... Read More

Democrats Divided Nov. 10, 2017

Adriana Cohen

We're witnessing the collapse of the Democratic Machine. For years, this political apparatus enjoyed... Read More