U.S. Cracks Down on Tax Inversions
201410.08
0
0

U.S. Cracks Down on Tax Inversions

The US government has begun cracking down on American companies relocating overseas for tax purposes in a move known as corporate tax inversion. The most recent high profile case of tax inversion is that of US fast food giant Burger King buying Canadian donut company Tim Horton’s. Burger King plans to relocate all of its head office divisions,…

Tax Incentives Help Texas Lead U.S. Economy
201406.03
0
0

Tax Incentives Help Texas Lead U.S. Economy

Texas’ lack of personal income tax has long been a major draw for residents. As one of only seven states without a personal income tax, it truly outshines states like California, which has a staggering income tax burden. Plus, with 52 Fortune 500 companies in the state, and 12.9 million people comprising its labor force,…

Tiger 21 Members Share Wealth Management Expertise
201402.06
0
0

Tiger 21 Members Share Wealth Management Expertise

When times are uncertain, people look to trusted experts for direction and insight. If any single group holds the reputation for having the most wealth management expertise, it is Tiger 21. An exclusive club for the wealthiest investors in North America, Tiger 21 was created so that these high net worth individuals could offer each…

What Makes a Company a Top Place to Work?
201401.16
0
0

What Makes a Company a Top Place to Work?

Fortune and Glass Door just released their lists of best companies to work for in 2014. The top 5 out of 100 on Fortune’s list were Google, SAS, Boston Consulting Group, Edward Jones, and Quicken Loans. And leading Glass Door’s list of 50? Bain & Company, Twitter, Linked In, Eastman Chemical Company, Facebook, and Guidewire….

Buyouts Vs. IPOs in 2014
201401.13
0
0

Buyouts Vs. IPOs in 2014

Some major buyouts have been making headlines these days, including Suntory’s massive acquisition of Jim Beam and Google’s purchase of Israel-based mobile app, Waze. Despite these stories, however, the buzzword of the business world seems, for the most part, to have changed from “buyout” to “IPO.” In fact, with 222 U.S. companies going public in…