Archive of: Finance

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December 27 2013

Small businesses thinking outside the capital box

Lending has been on the rise, but it’s not from the traditional sources

An ERISA (Employee Retirement Income Security Act) owner’s manual December 13 2013

An ERISA (Employee Retirement Income Security Act) owner’s manual

Maintenance schedules for employee benefits plans

Bond investment landscape looks gloomy November 29 2013

Bond investment landscape looks gloomy

Better-than-expected economic reports have led to sharp movements in prices

October 18 2013

New framework suggests new standards for small business financial reporting

But it doesn’t address all issues associated with what has become known as ‘little GAAP’

What Gloria Steinem taught me September 20 2013

What Gloria Steinem taught me

The role of women in my life has been critical to my career as a financial advisor and my personal development as well

September 6 2013

When do U.S. contractors owe taxes on Canadian construction projects?

American construction contractors and subcontractors should be aware that a Canadian tax may be payable related to projects undertaken in Canada

Is disability income insurance right for you? August 9 2013

Is disability income insurance right for you?

Even if your employer offers a long-term disability option, purchasing an individual policy that meets your specific needs could be more beneficial

Lessons from 20 years in the stock market July 12 2013

Lessons from 20 years in the stock market

When it comes to investing, time is a great teacher

The reasons to consider a real return June 28 2013

The reasons to consider a real return

Inflation can’t be dismissed, even if monetary policymakers do all they can to keep it under control

What’s happened to the art of listening? May 31 2013

What’s happened to the art of listening?

Being misunderstood or misquoted is always a possibility