Tax Geek Tuesday: Tax Treatment of Commuting Costs I hate commuting. I mean, nobody likes commuting — what’s to like about crawling along in endless traffic with your only form of distraction the mind-numbing yammering from the lowest rung on the evolutionary ladder: “wacky” morning zoo disc jockeys — but I’m going to go ahead and guess I hate commuting more than most. Back when I lived in New Jersey, I used to angrily send cell phone pictures of the bumper to bumper traffic on Rt. 1 to my wife in a desperate plea for her to allow us to move as far away from a mega-mall as humanly possible.
The IPO Class Of 2013 Facebook defined the IPO Class of 2012 with its huge, controversial offering. After an up-and-down year overall for new offerings, 2013 brings more uncertainty as market weakness in the first half could keep a lid on investors’ appetite for new entrants. There are plenty of companies ready to go though, and these are just some of those that could join the social network in the public market and form the IPO Class of 2013. (Thanks to Renaissance Capital’s Paul Bard for help compiling this list).
10 Questions To Ask A Financial Advisor It’s not easy finding a financial advisor. After all, you have to trust this virtual stranger enough to reveal your financial situation – or hand your money over -- to him or her. But these steps can help you find the right fit.