The close of every year seems to bring its own uncertainty from a tax-planning perspective. Last year featured the expiration of certain temporary tax provisions and the commencement of automatic federal government spending cuts.
On December 20, 2013, Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler offered tips and advice to Maryland consumers about the many ways they can protect themselves, especially if they believe their credit or debit cards were used to purchase items at Target ...
Eager to get health insurance starting Jan. 1, Americans flocked to state and federal Obamacare exchanges Monday to sign up for policies.
A day after Target announced that forty million of its customers had their credit and debit card data breached, the retailer announced a 10% discount for all shoppers at its stores this Saturday and Sunday.
In the aftermath of a recent report that found the lack of student loan servicing standards and information on monies owed, two United States senators will work as a team to create a Student Loan Borrower Bill of Rights.
Somebody might wake up Wednesday a whole lot richer.
At Mount Pleasant Church and Ministries in northeast Baltimore, Department of Housing and Community Development’s (DHCD) Kelly L. Vaughn urged homeowners facing foreclosure to look around the crowded assembly hall at the people sitting near them.
If you bought the gifts in the holiday classic, “The Twelve Days of Christmas,” it would cost a record $27,393, according to the 30th annual PNC Christmas Price Index.
December is National Write a Business Plan Month— so designated to encourage unhappy employees to become their own satisfied bosses.
Hackers have stolen usernames and passwords for nearly two million accounts at Facebook, Google, Twitter, Yahoo and others, according to a report released this week.
Fast food protests aren't going away.
At least 15 businesses and nonprofits are doing more than just encouraging Charm City residents to open their hearts and wallets; they are joining forces to help raise $5 million to benefit Baltimore charities on GivingTuesday— better known as #GivingTuesday.
Too many people end up getting less than what’s due them from Social Security when they retire because they don’t know the rules and the real financial impacts, says independent retirement advisor Gary Marriage, Jr.
As you stock up on Black Friday deals and holiday gifts, beware of tempting credit card offers from retailers that appear too good to be true.
Maryland Public Television’s (MPT) broadcast of “You Can Afford College” airs on Monday, November 25, 2013, at 8 p.m.