Accountants are being bombarded with people looking to change residency to avoid paying increasing taxes.
Social Security's trustees are now projecting that the retirement security trust fund will run out of cash in 2036 -- unless something changes about the way the program collects and spends revenues.
Remember way back in 2006, when everyone was in a frenzy to buy a house, any house, with whatever mortgage they could grab? In many cases, it meant signing up for adjustable-rate mortgages that would reset in half a decade.
If you knew for a fact that you were going to die on the day you turned 80, you could really live it up for the 15 or 20 years until then. But not knowing how long you'll need your money to last requires you to conserve it cautiously.
The Internal Revenue Service is going to go easier on taxpayers who owe money, its commissioner said on Thursday.