President Romney’s Cabinet: Who Would He Choose?
If Gov. Romney wins the election, his Cabinet will take a very different direction on economic policy than Obama’s. Here are some of the choices to head those key posts.
9 Crucial Eras in U.S. Income Tax History
Listen to Obama and Romney debate tax policy today and you'll hear echoes of the past, all the way back to the Civil War.
Kristol and Begala Trade Jabs, Jokes, Predictions With TD Advisors
On the left, Begala suggests taxes necessary because "we're broke!" On the right, Kristol says he was "wrong" to be lukewarm toward Romney.
8 Presidents, 1 Nominee and Tax Rates They Paid
The controversy over Mitt Romney’s limited disclosure of his tax history and the 14.1% tax rate he paid led AdvisorOne to compare his rate to eight presidents going back to 1970.
Taking Sides: Will Wall Street’s Generosity to GOP Continue?
In the 2008 presidential race, Barack Obama had a substantial edge over John McCain in raising money from Wall Street. That advantage has not only evaporated for the president in the current race, but has reversed dramatically.
For Advisors and Their Clients, Does It Matter Who’s President?
A look back at the last five presidents and their policies' effects on advisors and their clients, with implications for Obama-Romney.
How Much Do They Make? From Presidents to Privates, Then & Now
How much better off financially are today's presidents, Supreme Court justices and bankers?
7 U.S. Presidents Who Flopped Financially
Becoming president doesn’t mean you’re as successful with your money as with your career. AdvisorOne spotlights seven who flopped financially.
Who Can Reform Wall Street: Romney or Obama?
The political calculus is that Romney has a good chance in November because the economy is bad, and Obama is the guy who was supposed to make it better. Not so fast.
Sandy Weill Wants Banks Small Again, Chris Dodd Wants Them Big
If politics makes strange bedfellows, it also makes for strange adversaries.