What Hillary Clinton’s Voting Record Reveals About Her Tax Plan

On Sunday, Hillary Clinton put an end to two years of speculation by announcing that she will run for President in 2016, immediately making her the overwhelming frontrunner for the Democratic nomination. Despite the fact that Clinton has served both as a Senator and as Secretary of State, little is known about [...] Forbes - Personal Finance Read more [...]

Angela Merkel warns Greece that reform plan must add up – business live

All the latest economic and financial news, as the Greek government struggles to persuade its lenders to release much-needed funds before the eurozone crisis erupts againLatest: Merkel discusses Greek situationSummary: Talks resume, but no dealGermany: No reform plan from Greece yetEuropean economic sentiment hits 44-month high Continue reading... Business | The Guardian Read more [...]

Uber, Lyft Plan to Leave San Antonio

Ride-sharing companies Uber and Lyft said Thursday they plan to shut down their operations in San Antonio after the city council passed an ordinance, requiring drivers for transportation companies to pass city-reviewed background checks, which was meant to keep them in the city. More onerous regulations about permits and registration and inspections, as well as a high insurance policy, were initially set to take effect on March 1, but Mayor Ivy Taylor had asked the city council to revisit some of Read more [...]

The two women behind the viral dress have a plan to turn it into something positive for girls

Sarah Weichel and Caitlin McNeill, the two women behind the dress photo that rocked the internet on Thursday have a plan to turn their fifteen seconds of viral fame into a win for young girls.  Weichel reached out to Business Insider late Friday and announced the pair have teamed up to sell "Team #BlackandBlue" and "Team #WhiteandGold" t-shirts with the proceeds benefiting the Princess Project, and organization that provides free prom dresses to high school girls who can't afford them.  Read more [...]

Net neutrality advocates identify holes in FCC’s net neutrality plan

Net neutrality advocates are generally pleased by the Federal Communications Commission's latest plan to regulate Internet service providers, but some are pointing out potential problems. Attorney Matt Wood, the policy director for advocacy group Free Press, told the FCC last week that it faces "legal obstacles" in how it intends to regulate Internet service providers. FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler proposes to reclassify Internet service providers as common carriers in two parts. ISPs will be common Read more [...]

Scarlett Johansson Talks Holiday Eating Plan

She’s been working hard to get back into shape after giving birth to her daughter Rose, and Scarlett Johansson isn’t about to let Christmas feasting throw her off the course. The “Her” star told People magazine that she’s already made preparations to ensure that she doesn’t pack on the pounds this holiday season. “I make sure I hit the gym a lot before the holidays. Then I don’t feel guilty about overindulging!" Scarlett added, "The smell of rice pud­ding always reminds me of the Read more [...]

Can My Husband Buy His Own Plan on the Health Insurance Marketplace?

This weekly Q&A addresses questions from real patients about healthcare costs. Have a question you’d like to see answered? Submit it to AskChristina@nerdwallet.com. Question: I recently started a new job, and I would like to add my husband and children to the health insurance plan my employer is offering, but [...] Forbes - Personal Finance Read more [...]