Congress Starts Work on Tax Code Reform
While skepticism remains, committees in both houses start high-profile work on reform.
Advisors Giving Back: Holiday Slideshow, Part II
In the second of three slideshows, we pay homage to advisors and their partners who share of their time and talents with their local, national and global community.
Advisors Giving Back: Holiday Slideshow, Part I
In our latest slideshow, we pay homage to advisors and their partners who share of their time and talents with their local, national and global community.
N.Y. Action on Standard Chartered Surprised Other Regulators
Not only was Standard Chartered apparently blindsided by the move, so were federal regulators; negotiations had been ongoing for some time for what the bank hoped would be a quiet settlement.
Senate Republicans on Finance Committee Urge Deficit Panel to Make Changes
Republican senators' recommendations to the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction include repealing the Alternative Minimum Tax and the health-care law and reforming Social Security.
New Hires Roundup: New York Life Realigns Retirement Services; Great-West Promotion
This week in new hires, New York Life realigned its practice groups and named new team leaders, and also named Sue Ericksen as CIO; Sen. Max Baucus praised Senate approval of three tax court nominees for second terms.
Former Bush Economist Floats Retirement Reform Plan
An economist to former President George H.W. Bush unveiled a proposal to reform the retirement savings system by replacing the deduction for contributions to retirement savings accounts with a flat-rate refundable credit deposited directly into a saver’s account.