“There’s no harm in waiting to address Social Security’s shortfall.” “Social Security has nothing to do with the rest of the budget.” See why these myths and others aren't true.
There’s been a lot of talk recently about what the national debt means for each of us personally. The fact is, rising debt affects us all in very real ways, from lower wages to higher interest rates on credit cards, as well as home and auto loans.
Tax Day has arrived. Hopefully you have filed your federal tax return and want to know more about the system you just wrestled with, especially how to improve it. Fortunately, we have some great resources.
The Democratic Debate in New York was already heated, then things got fiscal.
In a sign of the importance of the national debt as it continues to grow, the cover story in the latest Time magazine is about the debt.