Tax Extenders Bill in Jeopardy as Debt Limit Looms
“No one has any idea how to pay for that,” one analyst says.
10 Richest Members of Congress: 2014
As midterm elections near, it's good to know which legislators have the most amount of money, and if it means they are less effective legislators.
SEC Enforcement: Layne Christensen Fined $5M on Bribery Charge
Meanwhile, the SEC sanctioned Florida-based auditor Eliot Berman for violating federal laws and regs.
QE Is Dead; What’s Next for Fed?
Some analysts expect longer-term fallout from QE’s end as the Fed juggles multiple challenges.
3 Reasons to Wait Until Retirement for a Roth IRA Conversion
Generally, converting to a Roth IRA at a young age allows more time for tax-free growth. But there may be other factors at play.
The New Retirement Dream: Relocation
Moving where money goes further has gained popularity as a retirement strategy.
What a GOP Senate Takeover Means for Dodd-Frank, CFPB, User Fees
AEI's Peter Wallison and others weigh in on what advisors can expect now that Republicans have dominated the midterms.
Top 10 Worst Baseball Contracts
Excluding the players in the World Series, there are many contenders for a baseball list that no one wants to be a part of.
Fiduciary Rule to Snag BDs on IRA Rollovers
The DOL is likely to hold broker-dealers who chase IRA rollovers to the same fiduciary standards retirement advisors must meet, ERISA attorney Fred Reish says.
10 States With Most Advisors Headquartered
Most investment advisory firms’ main offices are concentrated in relatively few states, with distribution likely driven by access to financial markets, population and net worth.