government

Meet the 'Hand-to-Mouth' Wealthy

Some 70 million U.S. families own homes, cars and boats, but spend virtually all of their paychecks, suggesting that wealth today is far more precarious than many think.

If You're Hacked, Blame the Government

The increasing vulnerability of companies to cyberattacks can be largely blamed on sluggish or nonexistent action on part of the U.S. government, security pros say.

Tax Savings for Empty-Nesters

Empty-nesters should make these moves throughout the year to keep their bill low at tax time. Here are the areas where you should look for savings.

Farm Bill Deal Would Limit Food-Stamp Cuts

House and Senate negotiators have reached a bipartisan agreement on the long-overdue U.S. farm bill that trims spending on food stamps for poor Americans by about 1 percent.

Where Do You Rank as a Taxpayer?

Regardless of how much you earn, are you bearing your fair share of the nation's tax burden? Here's a simple wait to find out.