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  • Suit alleges Vanguard Group wrongly avoids paying taxes

    Vanguard Group Inc. stands atop the mutual fund business, and credits its "unique" structure: The largest mutual fund company is owned, not by for-profit investors, but by more than 100 of Vanguard's own mutual funds, which are owned by millions of...
  • NAI Summit leases office building, and other company news

    NAI Summit leases office building Logan Winchester of NAI Summit recently represented the owner, Hanover Office Plaza, in the lease transaction with MaGauren Guild Malls, that plans to open an administrative branch at 961 Marcon Blvd. in Allentown. The...
  • L.A. Times Ethics Guidelines

    L.A. Times Ethics Guidelines
    The goal of the Los Angeles Times is to publish a newspaper of the highest quality. This requires The Times to be, above all else, a principled newspaper. Making it so is the responsibility of every staff member. In deed and in appearance, journalists...
  • Advice for adjusting your portfolio in the new year

    Common stocks and stock funds performed very well in 2013. If you maintained a diversified portfolio with a significant proportion in equities, you most likely had a good year. If your portfolio was heavily weighted toward traditional bonds or bond funds,...
  • Family finances: Look for another modest pay raise

    Kiplinger's Personal Finance You'll probably get a raise in 2014. But unless you're a star at work, you'll hardly notice. A survey by Towers Watson Data Services found that employers were planning to bestow pay increases that will average 2.9 percent...
  • How and why to roll over your 401(k)

    In 2013 and 2014, both my husband and I left our jobs with large companies and are now faced with the question of what to do with our old 401(k)s. There are basically three options: Cashing the account out, leaving it where it is, and rolling it over....
  • Things to consider before filing your 2013 tax return

    Before you file your tax return for 2013, make sure you take all the deductions you are entitled to, and make all the tax-deferred and tax-free contributions you can to your retirement accounts. A positive change this year is the simplification of...
  • Floridians feeling more gloomy about their finances

    Floridians feeling more gloomy about their finances
    Floridians are feeling more pessimistic about their personal finances, according to a University of Florida survey released Tuesday. Their view on whether their current finances are better than a year ago fell five points in February to 61, while...
  • Pimco rehiring a former top exec to quell uproar over CEO resignation

    Pacific Investment Management Co. is rehiring a former top executive in its latest bid to overcome the furor still lingering from the surprise resignation of its chief executive early this year. The Newport Beach bond fund giant said Tuesday that Paul...
  • Obama's MyRA a positive but imperfect step to boost retirement saving

    In the world of personal finance, there is rarely something new under the sun. That's why lots of ears perked up during the State of the Union address on January 28 when President Obama announced a new kind of retirement savings. He called it the MyRA --...
  • Investing: behind a bond giant's stumble

    Kiplinger's Personal Finance Bill Gross may be the best bond fund manager on the planet -- just not in 2013. For Gross and his comrades at Pimco funds, it was a year to forget. More than half of the firm's 88 funds ranked in the bottom half of their peer...