WHAT LANCE ARMSTRONG AND MANTI TE’O CAN TEACH FINANCIAL ADVISORS The events that took place in the major sports landscape over the past week involving Lance Armstrong and Manti Te’o embody many of the same fundamental characteristics that contributed to … Continue reading
“Stopping Short” of the Fiscal Cliff: The American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 During the last hours of 2012 and the first few hours of 2013, Congress (specifically the Senate) and the White House (specifically the Vice President) worked to … Continue reading
By Wes Sims | December 29th, 2012 07:12 PM EST | posted in ISA Careers, Weekend Edition
IRS ANNOUNCES COST-OF-LIVING ADJUSTMENTS: WHAT ARE YOUR 2013 CONTRIBUTION LIMITS? As it does every year, the Internal Revenue Service announced 2013 cost-of-living adjustments to many of the amounts you and your employer can contribute toward your retirement accounts. These new … Continue reading
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