Senate Finance to ‘Move Quickly’ on Tax Extenders
Senate Finance Committee Chairman Ron Wyden, D-Ore., made special mention of the research and development tax credit.
New Hire Roundup: Fidelity Charitable Names Danforth President
Also, Ron Carson was named to the board of trustees of the American College, and the Withers Consulting Group welcomed David Burleigh.
Obama’s 2015 Budget Riles Up Retirement Industry
Industry officials are bristling over the proposal to limit retirement plan contributions.
Camp’s Tax Plan Unlikely to Pass but Sure to Ignite Debate
Though Rep. Camp's tax plan is highly unlikely to become law this year, retirement planning advocates weighed in.
Friedman: 5 U.S. Budget Battles Yet to Fight
While Congress recently avoided a government shutdown, five big fiscal issues remain unresolved, says The Washington Update's Andy Friedman.
Changes Afoot in Washington Well Ahead of Midterm Elections
"It’s virtually certain that Republicans will retain control of the House — and now are within striking distance of taking the Senate,” says strategist Valliere.
Current Congress Unlikely to Cap Charitable Deduction
But other tax benefits for nonprofits face an uncertain future, The Chronicle of Philanthropy reports.
New Hire Roundup: Altegris Names Jack Rivkin CIO
Meanwhile, Convergent welcomed Richard Wells and the Senate Finance Committee approved three nominees for federal positions.
The Battles That Shaped Dodd-Frank
Chris Dodd and Barney Frank shared anecdotes about what really keeps Wall Street awake at night and who has more political clout than big banks.
Unlikely Budget Deal Paves Way for CR; Shutdown Risk 'Very Small': Analyst
A stopgap measure to keep funding at current levels, minus sequester cuts, is the most likely outcome, says Washington Analysis' Joe Lieber.