After being bullied by his manager, a reader quits his job. Now he asks, was he right to quit? Will he be hurt by a bad reference?…
As we’ve seen in other countries, the way to bring about fundamental change in a dysfunctional tax code is to start over.
By Paul Solman
Journalist T.R. Reid's latest project was to find the world’s best income tax systems and report them back to the home of tax revolution: the U.S.
It all depends on the likelihood of their returning to the U.S. and on the duration of their absence, Journalist Philip Moeller said.
By Jonathan Morduch, Rachel Schneider
Why are so many Americans still feeling so financially insecure? Economists Jonathan Morduch and Rachel Schneider followed 235 low- and moderate-income households for a full year to understand why.
By Wahyd Vannoni
Many brands have come to the same conclusion as the fictional Tyrell Corporation in "Blade Runner": by giving their products a past and a personality, they can increase their power of influence on the consumer.
By Nick Corcodilos
Even if you’ve always used a few really good references that you trust, you probably have others. References are everywhere, if you look.
Under the Trump administration’s budget proposal, the State Health Insurance Assistance Program's modest $52 million budget would be obliterated by $49 million, leaving the program with only $3 million.
By Nick Corcodilos
Are you obligated to disclose your change in employment status even if it happened after the new employer started “processing” you?…
Your child doesn’t have to be a monk, shunning all material goods. She’s just got to know the tricks to help her save those dollars for something she really wants.
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