Monthly Archives: October 2010
Link: IRS Announces Pension Plan Limitations for 2011 Most of these things are unchanged, particularly the ones which come up most often for folks trying to figure out how much they can save. Elective deferrals limit remains $16,500 Catch-ups for 50+ remain $5500 The 415(c)(1)(a) limit remains $49,000 and the annual compensation limit remains $245,000 […]
Link: What, Vanguard Worry About a Bond Bubble? A couple of months old, but well worth reading.
Link: Beware of Greeks Bearing Bonds | Business | Vanity Fair Long but well worth reading. Michael Lewis visiting Greece and looking at how Greek debt and economic catastrophe mesh together with systematic corruption and mismanagement.
Link: Peggy Noonan: Revolt of the Accountants – WSJ.com Okay, she’s a little bit over the top. The 1099 expansion in ObamaCare is onerous and absurd and, frankly, just a bad idea. But she stretches it into a sign of a cultural apocalypse. A good read, anyway, and a great pointer to Michael Lewis recent […]
Financial planners put on free ‘Money in Hard Times’ clinic at Sunnyvale Library – San Jose Mercury News
Link: Financial planners put on free ‘Money in Hard Times’ clinic at Sunnyvale Library – San Jose Mercury News
Link: Column: Want People to Save? Force Them. – Harvard Business Review Dan Ariely always has interesting insights into behavior.