Gail Buckner Archive
Published December 09, 2013
The muni market has been hit with a one-two punch of an uptick in interest rates coupled with a series of events that have shaken investors to the core.
Published December 04, 2013
After being endlessly berated about their profligate lifestyle, it turns out that baby boomers might be better prepared for retirement than predicted.
Published November 25, 2013
When it comes to giving gift cards this holiday season, not all cards are created equal.
Published November 20, 2013
The donor advised fund (DAG) is changing the charitable giving landscape, and it’s easy to understand why.
Published November 13, 2013
More states are relying on money from the federal government to shore up their balance sheets, so what does that mean for states' autonomy?
Published November 07, 2013
If you though the rules regarding eligibility for claiming Social Security benefits were complicated, wait until you try and tackle Medicare.
Published October 28, 2013
The Affordable Care Act's website might be slowing the rollout of the insurance marketplaces, but that doesn't mean other areas of the reform aren't going into effect. And some Americans are going to have a rude awakening next tax season.
Published October 21, 2013
Households making more than $200,000 most likely haven't been impacted by the new health insurance reform. But then will change in 2014 when some taxes kick in.
Published October 14, 2013
The federal rules that apply to most of the retirement and health benefit plans employers sponsor do not apply to IRA. Here's what every couple should know.
Published October 07, 2013
New guidelines coming from the Department of Labor clarifies rules regarding benefits for those in same-sex marriages.