Taxes and the States: Which Take the Biggest Bites?
Governments are always looking to tax, and in these states, you can expect to find steep taxes on wireless services, lottery winnings, property and more.
Precious Metals and Taxes: What to Expect With Transactions
The experts at Tax Facts Online on how sales of precious metals are taxed.
Senators’ SEAL Act Would Ease 401(k) Loan Paybacks
The bipartisan Shrinking Emergency Account Losses (SEAL) Act would give workers who leave their jobs until they file their federal taxes to repay 401(k) loans.
10 Worst Districts for Women’s Pay Revealed; Senators Push Paycheck Fairness Act
Senate democrats gathered on Capitol Hill Wednesday to push for passage of the Paycheck Fairness Act, legislation that would help close the pay gap between women and men working equivalent jobs.
Simpson, Bowles: To Fix Fiscal House, ‘We Need Patriots, Not Panderers’
Alan Simpson and Erskine Bowles’ blunt, tough message on fixing the fiscal mess gets a warm reception among Schwab Impact attendees.
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.
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.
Fed’s Bernanke Makes Case for QE3
“I don’t think there’s any question that they’re getting ready to act,” an LPL analyst told AdvisorOne.
Bernanke to Cast His Vote on U.S. Economy at Jackson Hole
Bernanke’s speech will be analyzed more closely than usual because it follows Mitt Romney’s Thursday night acceptance speech as the Republican candidate for the presidency.
State Debt Burden Barely Moved by Deficit Cuts: Report
State budget gaps have shrunk by half compared to the previous year, yet the mountain of debt burdening the states has barely budged—indicating a systemic crisis fueled by unfunded liabilities.