- Dec 22 Wed 2010 17:16
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- Dec 20 Mon 2010 14:28
The extension of current income-tax rates gives wealthy taxpayers the equivalent of an interest-free loan if they convert a regular Individual Retirement Account to a Roth by Dec. 31.
Investors in traditional IRAs pay taxes up front on conversions to Roth IRAs to get tax-free withdrawals later. Earners in the highest tax brackets who expected rates to rise next year were faced with reporting all the additional income from conversions on their 2010 returns. With the tax legislation, wealthy savers can now defer and use those tax dollars to earn something, according to Christine Fahlund, a senior financial planner at Baltimore-based T. Rowe Price Group Inc.
- Dec 20 Mon 2010 12:39
Firing Drill Increases Tensions in Korea
By EVAN RAMSTAD
SEOUL—South Korea on Monday morning prepared to test artillery from an island North Korea attacked last month, and ordered residents into bomb shelters in case the North carried out on threats to open fire at the drill.
South Korea to Test Artillery
- Dec 20 Mon 2010 11:45
2010/12/20 11:58 南北韓劍拔弩張 開戰影響全世界彭尚興 南韓報導
- Dec 19 Sun 2010 23:43
Goldman Sachs is Number One! (Maybe.)
December 17, 2010, 2:35 PM ET
Liz Moyer of Dow Jones Newswires writes:
Goldman Sachs Group is poised to retake the lead among advisers on global merger and acquisition transactions, while a surge from big European banks knocked Citigroup Inc. out of its fourth-place spot.
- Dec 19 Sun 2010 22:41
By Murray Coleman
A report this afternoon by Dow Jones Newswires’ Jessica Holzer notes that the collapse of a $1.1 trillion Senate budget measure late Thursday could leave two key regulatory bodies without enough funding to carry out reforms.
The Securities and Exchange Commission and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission were supposed to get big funding increases so they could implement new reforms under the Dodd-Frank legislation, the report notes.
- Dec 16 Thu 2010 15:25
Goldman Officers to Reap $111 Million Payout From 2007, 2009
Goldman Sachs Group Inc.’s top executives will get about $111.3 million in stock next month in a delayed payout from last year and their record-setting 2007 awards, even as Wall Street prepares for lower bonuses.
- Dec 16 Thu 2010 14:36
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- Dec 05 Sun 2010 18:39
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