House Passes Fiscal Cliff Bill, Averting Plunge—for Now
House passes Senate bill, 257-167, shortly before midnight, sending legislation to President Barack Obama to sign.
After Obama Victory, How the New Government Is Shaping Up for Advisors: Updated
Some notable newcomers—Elizabeth Warren, for one—join Congress, which remains divided between the two parties as fiscal cliff, tax issues come to fore of national agenda. FPA and FSI's leaders and lobbyists weigh in on what's next.
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.
How Obama’s and Romney’s Tax Plans Will Affect Your Clients
Beyond the debate hype, what President Obama and Gov. Romney really propose on taxes, and what those proposals will mean for your clients.
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.
Advisor Poll Shows Growing Confidence in Romney Win
In a poll conducted in mid-June, 52% said Romney would win the election.
11 Key Congressional Committees for Advisors to Worry About
As the election approaches, not just the White House and Congress are in play, but also control of congressional committees important to advisors and others in the financial services sector.
Obama vs. Romney: 6 Key Differences on Taxes, Regulation
The two candidates offer voters starkly different ideas on how to reform the tax and financial systems.
GOP Exits Tampa, Trailed by Perception They’re Party of the Wealthy, Poll Finds
As Republicans head home from Tampa after naming Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan to head their ticket in the November election, they face a widespread perception that the GOP is the party of the rich, according to a Pew Research Center survey.
400 Economists Endorse Romney
A former conservative official has rallied 400 economists, including five Nobel Prize winners, to sign a statement supporting Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney’s economic policies.