Is Warren Buffett a Hypocrite on Taxes?
Hold the pickles, hold the lettuce, special tax deals don’t upset Warren Buffett, who's having it his way with the Burger King tax inversion.
Napa Earthquake Could Cost $4 Billion as Wineries Close
Insurers will probably cover about $2.1 billion of the damage from the quake, the strongest Northern California has seen in 25 years.
Andy Friedman: 4 Reasons to Use a Trust to Preserve Assets
Families far below the estate tax threshold are catching on to the benefits of trusts, political analyst and tax expert Andy Friedman says.
Self-Reporting Tool for Nonprofits Draws Howls From Watchdogs
Who’s better at telling donors about a nonprofit’s fundraising performance, the charity itself or a “watchdog” group?
Under the Hood: Medicare Premiums—What You Need to Know, Pt. 2
Understanding the premiums for Medicare parts A, B and D, along with some changes to the program from the Affordable Care Act.
Ultra-Wealthy Clients Choosing Boutiques Over Big Firms: Study
Milton Pedraza, CEO of Luxury Institute, says successful wealth managers are relationship builders first, money managers second.
How Do Wealth Firms Stay Efficient?
A SunGard study asks leaders how they grow in the face of rising operating costs and regulations.
NFL's 49ers Strike Deal With Robo-Advisor Wealthfront
Team will pick up advisory fees on first $100,000 invested by front-office employees and former players, to whom Wealthfront will provide financial education.
Tax-Exempt Nonprofits Owe Millions in Payroll Taxes
Some tax-exempt groups are seriously delinquent on payroll taxes, but the IRS doesn’t appear too eager to go after them, according to a recent report.
10 Luxury Items the Super-Wealthy Must Have (and Insure)
Watch out: the cost of these high-end goods goes well beyond the sticker price.