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A Five Point Approach to Fix Social Security: What Everyone Needs to Know
Chief Executive Officer, World Trade Center of New Orleans
Efforts like this should be supported if we are going to tackle issues instead of sidestep them as passing on to the next
An Oreo and Your 401K
Shannah Compton Game
Chief Millennial Money Strategist - Millennial Money Podcast Host
If you have an old 401K just sitting with an old employer, you are probably missing out on some very valuable gains. AT the end of the day, it's all a matter of dollars and sense.
5 Common Financial Fears (and How to Overcome Them)
Women & Co
Personal finance source for women
We've all heard the adage "when the going gets tough, the tough get going." And we've most likely seen it in action: people
Let's Value People as an Asset, and Bring Financial Statements into the 21st Century
R. Paul Herman
CEO of investment adviser and wealth manager HIP Investor Inc.
People are generally classified as expenses on the income statement and liabilities on the balance sheet -- not as an investable asset. Thus, when CEOs seek to increase profit, they cut costs -- like people -- rather than investing in assets -- like people -- that can appreciate.
Dodd-Frank Could Have Resolved Lehman, Regulator Argues
Finance experts say regulators will never be able to resolve failing international firms like Lehman in the kind of orderly
Sheila Bair, FDIC Chief: Too Big Banks Should Be 'Downsized'
WASHINGTON (By Dave Clarke) - America's big international banks should restructure their operations unless they can prove
Obama Calls For End Of Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac
"The government must...help ensure that all Americans have access to quality housing that they can afford," the administration
End Of Credit Rating Agencies? SEC Wants To Wean Market Off
In 2009 the agency stripped some rating references from regulations, saying it was concerned about undue reliance on the
FDIC To Top Financial Execs: You'll Have To Wait To Collect Bonuses
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. voted Monday to advance the rule, which builds on more general requirements in last year's
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Citigroup Was On The Verge Of Failure, New Report Finds; Rescue Was Based On 'Gut Instinct'
Yet while policy makers unanimously agreed that Citigroup needed additional help -- this was after the megabank had already
William Daley's JP Morgan Stock: Obama's Next Chief Of Staff Has Millions Invested
"Also, there's a long chain of causation you have to walk through to make that story stick," Blyth added. Independent federal
Regulators Want $2.5 Billion From Execs Of Failed Banks
In November, the agency sued former executives and directors of Heritage Community Bank of Illinois. When the bank failed
Holly Petraeus To Be Elizabeth Warren's Pick For Top Post In New Consumer Protection Agency (EXCLUSIVE)
A generally respected commander in the Iraq war and now in Afghanistan, General Petraeus enjoys the favor of both Republican
The Soviet GOP: There's Something Red About This Whitewash
Writer, consultant, musician, digital plumber.
Some younger readers might need a refresher course in the workings of a thing called the Soviet Union. Republican apologists for Wall Street are doing their best to provide one.
Financial Crisis Panel In Turmoil As Republicans Defect; Plan To Blame Government For Crisis
Frustrated in part by the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission's chairman, Phil Angelides, and the tenor of the panel's preliminary
Elizabeth Warren Helped Shoot Down Bill That Would Have Sped Foreclosures, Calendar Shows
State officials across the country--who have been pursuing probes looking into wrongdoing within the foreclosure process
Basel III Rules Will Leave Top U.S. Banks With A $100 Billion Shortfall
Barclays Capital could not be reached for comment. McGuire estimates that U.S. banks can cut their equity needs by $10 billion
G20 Skips Toughest Tasks, Offers Little Proof That World Is Safe From Next Crisis
Global financial markets were not moved by the outcome of the G20 summit as it offered few concrete measures to change economic
Volcker Rule: Wall Street Reportedly Already Finding Loopholes
(Reporting by Maria Aspan, editing by Gerald E. McCormick) The "Volcker rule" provision of the U.S. Dodd-Frank financial
Mary Schapiro, SEC Chief: New Congress Won't Slow Reform
Schapiro also said that an advisory panel set up to investigate the May 6 plunge had raised the idea of requiring algorithmic
The GOP Won Big, but the Media Has Mischaracterized the Story
Professional screenwriter, actor, former U.S. Senate aide and ...
In the aftermath of Tuesday's election, the media has made it appear that all is lost -- the Tea Party is in control, because this narrative keeps us glued to our seats either with delight or fury. Now, the facts.
Analysts Expect 'Massive Gridlock And Little Cooperation' After Election
Joseph Quinlan, chief market strategist at U.S. Trust, expects the government to "kick the can down the road" with a deal
Homeowners Get The Boot For Bad Paperwork While Banks Get Millions For Same
More than $535 billion in taxpayer money went to firms and toxic assets as part of the Troubled Asset Relief Program and
Bailout Oversight Panel Slams Obama Administration Over Foreclosure Crisis
It was a familiar scene. Silvers is a Democrat, but the panel's concerns were bipartisan. Republican panelist J. Mark McWatters
Top Fed Official On Government's Foreclosure Prevention Efforts: 'Three Years Of Failed Policies'
For those who successfully navigated HAMP and ended up with five years of promised lower monthly payments, they, too, now
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