Michael Barone of the Washington Examiner on Presdient Obama's budget placing a higher tax burden on most Americans.
FBN’s Gerri Willis on the potential tax hikes Americans are facing.
FBN's Peter Barnes breaks down tax increases for people earning between $100K and $200K per year.
FBN’s Peter Barnes on the average federal tax increase for those who earn $1M or more.
FBN's Peter Barnes breaks down how the fiscal cliff impacts your bottom line.
James Rosen reports from Washington, D.C.
Cato Economist Daniel Mitchell, Independent Women’s Forum Exec. Director Sabrina Schaeffer and FBN’s Rich Edson on the potential impact of the fiscal cliff negotiations.
Travel guru Rick Steves tells Alan why he believes that wealthy people like himself should pay more taxes.
First it was a tax hike. Now consumers are looking at a higher than expected gasoline bill for 2013.The government on Tuesday boosted its forecast for gasoline price...
WSJ's Steve Moore weighs in
Americans must be confused. For years President Obama has promised that raising taxes on the wealthy would solve our budget problems. Making the rich pay "a little m...
The election is over and Americans have chosen leaders almost certain to continue our nation's disastrous fiscal policies. There is much clucking about whether lawma...
FBN’s Nicole Petallides breaks down the day in the markets.
Urban Institute Tax Policy Center Director Donald Marron says that the budget to be put forth by the president is almost identical to the one he offered a few months earlier to John Boehner.
WH press secretary on budget debate
Here's the good news about the sequester: it prompts the country to take a long hard look at where our tax dollars go. Democrats oppose the mandated budget cuts beca...
Judge Andrew Napolitano on the economic mistake that the government makes if it raises tax levels too much.
Taxes for most Americans will still go up this year despite declarations from President Obama and others touting Tuesday night's fiscal crisis deal as a victory for ...
Will most households end up paying higher taxes?