Top 20 Richest Colleges of 2014: The Biggest Endowments
Healthy investment returns allow schools to fund a larger portion of their budgets from endowments.
Keith Hall Named New CBO Director, Replacing Elmendorf
Keith Hall, chief economist of the International Trade Commission, will start his four-year term on April 1.
IAA Names Grohowski General Counsel
He will replace IAA's longtime general counsel, Karen Barr, who became the association’s new president and CEO in November.
10 U.S. Companies With Lowest International Tax Rates
WalletHub recently released an analysis of taxes paid by the 100 largest firms and found S&P 100 companies pay about 22% less abroad.
12 Best States for Adjusted Advisor Pay
Low cost of living often offsets lower advisor pay in some states, while in other states high pay offsets high cost of living.
Top 20 Richest Colleges for 2013: The Biggest Endowments
Of the 835 colleges studied, endowments rose by an average of nearly 12% in the fiscal year ending in June 2013.
Is Financial Education All It’s Cracked Up to Be?
An analysis of more than 200 studies found that financial literacy education overwhelmingly fails to change behavior after two years.
What to Make of The Affordable Care Act
With so much conflicting press, it’s a wonder anyone knows what to make of the law, better known as Obamacare.
T. Rowe’s In-House Doctor Gives Healthcare Stock Picks for 2013
T. Rowe Price’s doctor is in–and diagnosing where the best stock picks can be found in the healthcare sector as reforms take hold next year.
Sentimental Fools: Pity the Poor Mutual Fund Investor
Mutual fund investors exhibit remarkable skill when selecting mutual funds--remarkably awful, that is. How an advisor can help underperforming fund investors avoid sentimental pitfalls.