IRS Should Get Tougher on Charities: GAO
Budget cutbacks have called into question the adequacy of IRS ability to police tax-exempt groups, the GAO says.
Coburn Calls for ‘Fairer, Flatter’ Tax Code
Best solution would be to throw it out and start again, but in the meantime, he calls for end to preferences on municipal bonds, carried interest, cash-value life insurance and credit unions.
New Hire Roundup: SIFMA Elects New Board Officers
Meanwhile, global law firm Ropes & Gray announced that Debra Lussier has been promoted to a partner in the firm’s private investment funds practice
The New Retirement Dream: Relocation
Moving where money goes further has gained popularity as a retirement strategy.
Boom and Gloom in Retirement Politics
Demographic tensions bode ill for boomer retirees.
Saving Exploited Elders
Every day at least 1,000 elderly Americans are financially exploited or abused.
7 Ways to Avoid Picking a Bad Advisor
If a veteran Wall Street Journal editor covering wealth management gets duped by his advisor, Eric Nelson says, what chance do ordinary investors have?
Free Financial Advice? What Could Be Better for Consumers?
Excising the requirement that professionals act in clients’ best interests would make society much more efficient, and save the Treasury billions!
10 Best & Worst States for Retirement
Taxes, sunshine and health care are among Bankrate's critera for picking a good place to retire.
House Bar on SEC Fiduciary Rule Likely DOA in Senate
It's “unlikely that the Senate will agree” to prohibit the SEC from making a uniform fiduciary rule, says IAA's David Tittsworth.