Monthly Archive:: September 2021

Tax adoption

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Suzanne Malec of Kirkwood came to Petco and decided to adopt our little Tax. Tax is so happy to have his own forever home! Posted by dpredrobin on 2011-06-12 23:44:41 Tagged: , Tax TweetShareSharePin0 Shares

A Step-by-Step Look At Aluminum Casting

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesA Step-by-Step Look At Aluminum Casting Aluminum casting begins with an idea, an idea for a new aluminum product. The person who has visualized the product, one that can be made from aluminum, must share his or her idea. The idea creator develops a sample product or a drawing, one that makes clear his

Cool business!

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares That’s what I would like to become… Dreaming is not forbidden, isn’t? Sorry for showing up so rarely. I am travelling EVERY SINGLE week (work, not pleasure) and have little time for everything else, including my favorite "business" (i.e. hobby): photography! Hope that the calm will come in a few weeks/months. View my


TweetShareSharePin0 Shares YOUTH What if What if we run away What if What if we left today What if We said goodbye to safe and sound What if What if we’re hard to find What if What if we lost our minds What if We let them fall behind, and they’re never found And when

Preview of This Week’s ABA Tax Section Virtual Fall Meeting

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares The ABA Section of Taxation kicked off its Fall Meeting virtually yesterday, with a plenary address by Thomas A. Barthold, Chief of Staff, Joint Committee on Taxation, followed by CLE programs from the Corporate Tax, Employee Benefits, State & Local Tax, and Transfer Pricing committees. A full week of programming follows, starting at

Could Collective Defined Contribution Plans Reduce the Risks Associated with Retirement Plans for Both Employers and Their Workers?

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Saving for retirement is a risky endeavor. A key factor driving the shift over the past four decades from defined benefit (DB) pension plans to defined contribution plans (mainly 401(k) plans) and individual retirement accounts (IRAs) is employers’ desire to avoid the risks associated with providing guaranteed pension benefits to their employees. This

How To Fix the Problem of Small Retirement Accounts

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Not only do many American fail to save enough for retirement, but many workers are plagued by a different, but related problem: They have collected multiple small job-based retirement accounts such as 401(k)’s. This is a problem because, when changing jobs, workers are more likely to cash out or lose track of small
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