Betterment Adds Charitable Giving Feature in Time for Year-End Tax Moves
Betterment Charitable Giving will launch Nov. 28 and is available for all its retail investors and advisors using its advisory platform.
Tax Bill Could Be Doomed in Senate Thanks to ACA Mandate Repeal: Valliere
The Finance Committee also made permanent the 20% corporate tax rate and made several other major changes to the bill.
11 Facts to Know About Catch-Up Contributions
As the Senate debates removing tax incentives for extra retirement savings, here are 11 facts to consider about catch-up contributions to retirement plans.
Jackson Enters Private Wealth and Trust Market: Portfolio Products
Millennium Trust and Paychex team up on a new Simple IRA offering for small businesses.
‘Mini-Rothification’ of 401(k)s Could Be Added to Tax Bill
Retirement industry lobbyist Brian Graff blasted a proposal to apply Roth treatment to all catch-up contributions.
4 Common Questions About End-of-Year Charitable Giving Strategies
Congress could change the rules soon, but, for now, these are the rules.
4 Ways Senate Tax Bill Hurts Retirement Plans
Capping an important benefit for the highest earners sets a dangerous precedent, says ARA's Brian Graff.
House Panel Passes Tax Plan as Senate Readies Tax Bill Release
The House bill includes some last-minute amendments, including a lower rate for some small-business income.
Why Donors Who Want to Give More Often Don’t
Personal finance concerns are one factor, but there may be ways to create "found money" in donors' budgets, Fidelity Charitable says.
Ryan Backs Off Claim That ‘Everybody’ Gets a Tax Cut in GOP Plan
The speaker of the House is now saying that there will be tax cuts for the average family at every income level, not every family.