9 Key Things Next President Should Do to Fix Economy: Brookings
Although the economy hasn’t always been the focus of this campaign, it will be among the most important challenges for the next president.
New IRS QTIP Rules Increase Estate Tax Portability Benefits
Newly released guidance allows a powerful planning strategy that can be used by wealthy clients to maximize a deceased spouse’s federal estate tax exemption.
Buffett Hits Trump Back: I’ve Paid Taxes ‘Every Year Since 1944’
By releasing his tax data, Warren Buffett just fact checked Donald Trump over the candidate’s claim during the debate.
Clinton, Trump Economic Advisors Spar in Debate
Obamacare “is a true catastrophe,” Trump advisor Moore said, while Clinton advisor Sperling argued the country’s problems stem “from the financial crisis.”
More Families Saving for College but Many Not Using 529 Plans
A new survey shows close to 60% of families are saving for college, but only 37% are using 529 plans.
IRS Warns of Obamacare ‘Tax Bill’ Fraud; Names Private Tax Collectors
Agency issues warning on fraudsters sending ACA “fake tax bills” by email; reveals four private tax collectors under FAST Act.
Community Property: When Federal-State IRA Rules Collide
Sorting out the state community property rules and IRS rules on beneficiary designations in retirement accounts.
Paul Ryan: What to Expect if Trump Wins, GOP Controls Congress
House Speaker Paul Ryan discusses six agenda items Republicans would pursue if the party retains control of Congress and wins the presidency.
Where Trump, Clinton Stand on Key Tech, Innovation Issues
An IT foundation found much to like in both candidates’ general tech positions, but one has been more assertive on innovation.
Sen. Wyden Proposes Capping Contributions to ‘Mega’ IRAs
Proposed legislation would limit contributions to “mega” IRAs and help employers contribute to younger workers’ 401(k)s while they pay off student debt.