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How to File Your Taxes Online

Pet Deductions 101: Can You Claim Your Dog On Your Taxes?

Pets need care, support and financial investment much like children, but can they also save you money on your taxes?

Ford Maverick Hybrid

Ford, Tesla, the SEC and Politics: What to Watch Into Happy Hour

Ford, the SEC, and politics: Here's what TheStreet's Katherine Ross is watching in the markets.

Donald Trump Lead

Trump Must Show Taxes to House Ways and Means Committee, DoJ Says

DoJ ruling follows up a Supreme Court decision last year that his taxes be turned over.

Wall Street Futures Fade

Stocks End Down as Delta Variant, Amazon Drop, Weigh on Outlook

Stocks end lower Friday amid concerns about the spread of the COVID-19 Delta variant and Amazon's disappointing quarter.

The interior of Nio's eC6 electric car during the 19th Shanghai International Automobile Industry Exhibition in Shanghai on April 19, 2021. Photo: AFP

Nio, XPeng, Li Shares Rise, as China EV Stocks Rebound

NIO, Li Auto and Xpeng continued the recovery from their July 21-27 drop Friday, even as other U.S.-listed China stocks fell.

Pinterest Looks to an $11B Valuation With New Funding Raise

Pinterest Stock: Buy the Dip or Stay Away?

Pinterest stock is getting crushed on earnings, as user growth disappoints Wall Street. Here's how to trade the stock now.

Ralph Lauren Retail Lead

5 Top Stock Gainers for Friday: Procter & Gamble, Ralph Lauren, KLAC

Procter & Gamble, Ralph Lauren, KLAC Corp., Grid Dynamics and Capri Holdings are five top gainers for Friday.

Jim Cramer: How Robinhood Turned E*Trade Into a Dinosaur

Jim Cramer: Robinhood's IPO Debacle Shows How Little Has Changed Over the Decades

Robinhood's IPO debacle shows a flawed process that hasn't changed much over the decades.

Amazon Lead

Amazon Stock Has Two Key Support Levels to Watch After Earnings Dip

Amazon stock is selling off after reporting its first earnings results without Jeff Bezos as CEO. Here's two key support levels to watch.

Jim Cramer on Why FMC Was Upgraded by Bank of America

BofA Says Interest Rates at 5,000 Year Low, Likes Defensive Stocks

'At some point in the next 5,000 years, rates will rise, but there is no fear on Wall Street that this happens anytime soon,' BofA says.