Some Female Nonprofit Execs Earn 23% Less Than Men
Also, bigger nonprofits were less likely than smaller ones to have female CEOs, a report from GuideStar found.
Lots of Testimony, Much Dissent on Retirement Fixes
Senate Finance hears plenty of suggestions (including from John Bogle) for boosting savings, but also that the idea of a retirement crisis is overblown.
Treasury, IRS Issue New Guidance to Curb Corporate Tax Inversions
The Treasury Department and IRS issued guidance late Monday to reduce the tax benefits of corporate inversions.
How to Join 9,000 Taxpayers With Romney-Sized IRAs
If it seems impossible to amass a fortune in an IRA during your lifetime, think again.
20 Best & Worst Tax States
Conservatives and liberals generally agree on what a “fair” state and local tax system looks like, but no state actually has such a system.
Senate Bill Targets ‘Earnings Stripping’ by Corporate Inverters
“This bill curtails the incentive for companies to use shady accounting gimmicks to avoid paying their U.S. tax obligations," says Sen. Schumer, one sponsor.
Frustrated States Push to Fill Small-Business Retirement Gap
Seventeen states are at some stage of legislating state-administered plans that hope to deliver retirement plan access to small employers.
What's Next for ETFs and the 401(k) Business?
Blackrock's iShares will close 9 target-date funds and 9 other ETFs geared for the retirement market.
Schwab-Morgan Broker Battle Is ‘Tricky’: Expert
FINRA has wrapped up its ruling, but arguments over who owns client information when advisors switch firms continue.
Wells Fargo, U.S. Trust, Raymond James Add Teams From Rivals
Plus, a wealth group of five advisors affilates with LPL Financial in Wisconsin.