Medicare Taxes in the New Year

The IRS recently issued a series of Proposed Regulations for the 3.8 percent and the 0.9 percent Medicare taxes slated to begin in 2013 as part of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.   [CLICK HERE to read the […]

New Year’s Resolutions for 2013

Have you thought about your resolutions for the New Year? According to the Spectrem Group, the top five resolutions of affluent investors are to spend less, save more, pay down debt, revise or create an estate plan, and revise or […]

Retirement Security: The Gorilla in Our Midst

In 2009, Knowledge@Wharton published an article referring to reforming Social Security and Medicare as “trying to tackle two 800-pound gorillas.” Amid end-of-year discussions concerning government spending on entitlement programs, two things have become clear: Social Security is on the chopping […]

The Art of Negotiation: Can’t We All Just Get Along?

Winston Churchill is credited with observing that if we don’t learn from our mistakes in the past, we are destined to repeat them. Nowhere is this more evident than a year ago when the 112th Congress nearly brought this country […]