Fund Expenses Drop 7% in 2016; Vanguard Leads the Pack: Morningstar
The largest fund family had an asset-weighted average expense ratio of 0.11% last year, the research firm says.
‘Mnuchin Rule’ Against Wealthy Tax Cuts Comes Back to Bite Him
One flashpoint is the effort to repeal the 3.8% Affordable Care Act net investment tax.
Congressional Budget Office Is Broken (Finally)
The author contends that the new CBO report on H.R. 1628 shows why states should set their own health rules.
Senate Mulls Health-Law Rewrite Pushing ACA Change to 2020
Orrin Hatch says keeping some ACA taxes might be easier than cutting more spending.
Craig Bromley Leaves Top John Hancock Post
Michael Doughty, head of the U.S. insurance unit, will be the interim U.S. division head.
When Finance Is a Character in a Novel
What you do serves basic human needs.
GOP ACA Change Effort Hits Latest Obstacle With CBO Score
If H.R. 1628 fails to save $1 billion for Senate HELP, it may have to return to the House.
Health Bill May Shut Out One-Sixth of Sick: CBO
The current version of the American Health Care Act might save $119 billion over 10 years, the CBO reports.
Rule of Law Actually Applies to Democrats, Too
The author says the Obama administration set an awful example for the new administration.
House Elections to Test Whether Trump Is Hurting Republicans
In some districts, the same voters might like both Trump and the Affordable Care Act.