The Federal Open Market Committee's statement released on Wednesday reflects a cautiously optimistic outlook on the economy, despite a contraction in the fourth quarter.
2012 saw an increase of 87 million hours of paperwork and $216 billion in regulatory costs. It's time to repeal some of these regulations.
Now that we have missed the fiscal cliff deadline, many are thinking ahead to who may replace Timothy Geithner. Will it be American Express CEO Kenneth Chenault?
North Dakota and Texas are two states with above national average growth in personal income. But don't pack your bags just yet.
Without efficient, smart, and green tax policies the American economy will not thrive. The EPAct will provide the base for that strength. If the Act is not renewed it will be a massive set back.
Despite the lack of present inflation, all the money printing by the Federal Reserve has dire consequences. Duquesne University Economics Professor Antony Davies tackles the issue.
There’s a lot of distrust of the Federal Reserve, and, by proxy, distrust of Bernanke. But the truth is that he knows his stuff, and if we let him, he might just help fix the economy.
Neither party is correct about the fiscal cliff. When it concerns taxes and economic consequences for the majority of America, a political victory for either side is a defeat for all of us.