By Vikram Mansharamani
The rapidly rising price of bitcoin is leading many to question if the digital currency’s boom is about to bust.
By Robert Lerman
Homeownership vouchers would help the new Housing and Urban Development secretary reduce poverty and also use government resources more efficiently.
By Harold Pollack
For decades, economists have documented biased advice provided by brokers and financial professionals to ordinary investors.
By Teresa Ghilarducci
Whether your home is an investment or merely a place to live is a debate that’s heated up since the subprime-mortgage disaster of the early 2000s.
By Richard Eisenberg
Next Avenue columnist Richard Eisenberg has advice for boomers desperate to unload family heirlooms.
What really chips away at your savings when you invest in an actively managed fund is how much your manager charges.
By Benn Steil, Emma Smith
We're nearing the threshold used to estimate how low unemployment can get before inflation rises. Will the Fed raise interest rates?…
By Philip Moeller
While you do not have to get Medicare, because you’re covered by an employer plan, you always are free to drop your employer plan and get Medicare instead.
By Daniel Korschun
Most people think it's bad for business when companies speak out. But Daniel Korschun says research shows otherwise.
A rapidly growing global middle class is generating rising demand for refrigerators, computers, air conditioners and smartphones. And thanks to globalization and trade, these power-hungry goods are accessible. But what happens if the backlash against free trade grows?…
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