Money and Kids

The roots of the recent TurboTax debacle go back to another bipartisan rip-off.
Federal law says Congress can have the documents. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin says no.
Hazing is a dangerous, but deeply-embedded part of fraternity life. But following the tragic hazing deaths of students like Penn State’s Tim Piazza, states are finally beginning to change their laws against it.
The Treasury secretary previously said he'd be happy to give Congress details on the process.
Society still has a long way to go until being a worker is compatible with being a mother.
The Trump administration is defying a federal law that is supposed to give Congress access to private tax information.
Spend all the money you want on Mom, even though Mother’s Day founder Anna Jarvis went on to hate the holiday that she created.
“When banks charge higher and higher interest rates,” said Rep. Ocasio-Cortez, “essentially your credit card becomes a payday loan.”
Studies show financial literacy isn't enough to prompt positive changes in behavior.
Late night hosts called President Donald Trump a “loser” after the New York Times reported Trump lost more than a billion dollars between 1985 and 1994.
The late-night shows joked about President Donald Trump being a “loser” after the New York Times reported he lost more than a billion dollars between 1985 and 1994.
“I’m sorry — I’m pissed,” Behar's co-host Whoopi Goldberg said of Trump's more than $1 billion in business losses in the '80s and '90s.
Brian Kilmeade called the president a "bold businessman" and insisted “nothing" about the New York Times report should surprise people.
Even though President Donald Trump claims to be a great dealmaker, A New York Times report found his businesses lost millions of dollars between over $1 billion from 1985 to 1994.
The New York Times found Trump's businesses lost more than $1 billion over the course of a decade.
The president reportedly lost more than $1 billion in a 10-year period and his critics aren't going to let him forget it.
From 1985 to 1994, Donald Trump's financial figures show he had more than $1 billion in business losses, according to The New York Times.
The financial information the president files in his home state should be similar to that on his federal returns.