Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell has warned Congress not to rush plans for an early 2009 stimulus package, in order to avoid "wasting" taxpayers’ money.
The Republican National Committee has blasted the Democratic administration’s $3.6 trillion budget proposal as too lavish and based on unrealistic economic expectations.
In the current economic conditions almost everyone could use an economic stimulus, and analysts have identified provisions that can benefit America’s retirees.
During the current recession everyone can benefit from a piece of sound economic advice, and one industry group is offering its own insights into managing wealth during turbulent times.
A study conducted by the Employee Benefit Research Institute has measured the impact of the financial crisis on 401(k) accounts.
As stock markets sink following the signing of the economic stimulus package, precious metals are seeing the highest prices in many months.
As the stock market collapse eroded employee pension funds, a consultancy is predicting that the level of contributions will double in 2009.
As the aftermath of the Bernie Madoff scandal reverberates throughout the economy, an analyst has testified that his warnings over the years were ignored by the government’s securities watchdog agency.
As the financial crisis shows no signs of easing, a new study has found that more Americans are planning to delay retirement for up to five years.
As President Obama presses Congress to pass a nearly $900 billion stimulus plans, some experts question the fundamental elements of the package.