Credit monitoring company Equifax has been hit by a high-tech heist that exposed the Social Security numbers and other sensitive information about 143 million Americans. Now the unwitting victims have to worry about the threat of having their identities stolen.
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette issued a warning to gas stations against attempts to take advantage of consumers by price gouging or price fixing.
The Lynne Sherwood Waterfront Stadium project has received a $25,000 pledge from Fifth Third Bank, according to the Grand Haven Area Community Foundation.
WASHINGTON — House Appropriations lawmakers are poised to reject the Trump administration's proposed budget cuts to some items important to Michigan and the Great Lakes, including environmental clean-up funding and construction aid.
HOLLAND — Ottawa County has been touting its low unemployment rate for months now, but with more people working — including those who move to the area for job opportunities — comes the inevitable need for affordable housing.
LANSING — With taxpayers required to either e-file or mail their state income tax returns by 11:59 p.m. Tuesday, April 18, the Michigan Department of Treasury has some tips to help last-minute filers submit an accurate return.
Professional tax preparer offers tips as Income Tax Day (April 18 this year) approaches.
Paul Isely, associate dean of the College of Business at Grand Valley State University, shared his views on the economy of West Michigan during Tuesday’s Economic Forecast 2017 at the Grand Haven Community Center.
LANSING (AP) — Struggling under the weight of pension and health care obligations, Michigan lawmakers appear ready to take another whack at public employee benefits — a move that reflects renewed determination to shift workers to 401(k)-style retirement systems, even if it happens in baby steps.
Ottawa County closed out 2016 with one of the state’s lowest unemployment rates, according to the Michigan Bureau of Labor Market Information and Strategic Initiatives.
In a year with no shortage of surprises and stomach-churning turns in the market, stock investors can feel pretty good about 2016.
NEW YORK — The stock market has been on a frustrating, dizzying roller-coaster ride to nowhere the last couple of years. It's still not over.
NEW YORK — What's in your 401(k)? For more of us, the answer is just a single fund.
NEW YORK — Before they say "I do," soon-to-be newlyweds are increasingly going online to ask, "Will you pay for our honeymoon?"
YPSILANTI — Earl Johnston was 12 when he got his first job, a paper route that he quickly expanded by "buying out" additional routes from other, less industrious boys.