Ed Koch Commentary: Congress – Enablers of the Rich and Powerful By ED KOCH

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The Republicans are playing with fire.  They have embarrassed their leader in the House of Representatives, Speaker John Boehner, by rejecting his efforts to arrive at a reasonable compromise with President Barack Obama on the extension of the debt ceiling.  The Republican leader in the U.S. Senate, Mitch McConnell, worried that a failure to extend the debt ceiling could cause …

eHeziEd Koch Commentary: Congress – Enablers of the Rich and Powerful By ED KOCH

Current Commentary: SEC Lets Shareholders Act Like Owners – To A Point BY Larry M. Elkin, CPA, CFP®

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A new rule that gives public company shareholders the power to nominate their own directors is not going to turn boardrooms into union halls, nor is it going to revolutionize corporate governance. A best-case scenario is that making directors more accountable to shareholders will finally put a brake on senior-executive compensation, which has spiraled out of control for two decades. …

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Current Commentary: Breaking Dishes in the Credit Market BY Larry M. Elkin

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Parents have a sixth sense that warns us when a small child has been too quiet for too long. We call out “What are you doing?” and the little munchkin chirps back, “I’m helping you! I’m washing all the nice china!” The next thing we hear is a loud crash.

eHeziCurrent Commentary: Breaking Dishes in the Credit Market BY Larry M. Elkin