Pope Francis greeted tens of thousands of people attending a rally of prayer, music and speeches.
As the housing market recovers, new homes sales are taking off while existing home sales lag. Read more »
A bill in Congress could provide consumers with protection from excessive overdraft fees. Read more »
Despite the increased payroll taxes that came in with the new year, only 30 percent of Americans cut spending. Read more »
The graphic from Cash Store demonstrates the breakdown of just how much debt America has. Debt in America. How Many Americans are in Debt? infographic Read more »
Low-income households could be hit hardest of all if America's potential solution for improving the economy becomes law. Read more »
New York City restaurant workers sing and dance to the tune of "Money" in a new video aimed at increasing the minimum wage and bringing attention to this sector of the workforce. Read more »
When Kevin Mandia, a retired military cybercrime investigator, decided to expose China as a primary threat to U.S. computer networks, he didn't have to consult with American diplomats in Beijing or... Read more »
The new Bountiful City Hall will trade properties with the Bountiful Davis Arts Center, which is being torn down for the project and eventually will be housed in the existing City Hall. Read more »
Congress may make changes on the corporate tax this year, which again stirs the question of who actually pays it. Read more »
Manufacturing jobs are not the solution for America's economic woes. Read more »
A recent Illinois bill proposes taxing the athletic to support young people. Read more »
With the economy still stagnating, a few powerful voices have begun pressuring already underfunded pension funds to help kickstart local economies, acting as venture capital investors. Fund... Read more »
The federal government has made efforts to address the student loan crisis by offering repayment assistance plans such as Income-Based Repayment plan and Pay as You Earn. However, there are still... Read more »
The U.S. government accused Standard & Poor's of inflating ratings on mortgage investments to boost its bottom line, taking aim at a key player in the run-up to the financial crisis. Read more »
New reports call for overhauling the federal student loan program Read more »
For the average American, putting a cap on mortgage interest deductions may not deserve worry. Read more »
The Bureau of Labor Statistics recently released voluminous data about Media and Information — including figures about trends in employment and consumption. Read more »
Businesses in 40 states can now charge a 4 percent fee on a credit card transaction. Read more »
Utah Sens. Mike Lee and Orrin Hatch were swift to react to Wednesday's Senate hearings on gun control, saying the federal government is guilty of overreach and offering the wrong solutions. Read more »
The cast of voting members on the Federal Reserve's policy committee is changing this year. Their policies probably won't be. Read more »
Personal finance can be a complicated realm that is often hard to traverse. Deseret News: Moneywise focuses on helping you and your family navigate the often difficult world of finance. Read more »
Brave do-it-yourself remodeler hires architect early on to get the most bang for her buck. Read more »
Now it's official: Toyota is once again the world's top automaker. Read more »
There are four ways to finance things — each of these options has trade-offs that should be considered. Debt can be a helpful tool when it is managed responsibly. Read more »
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