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Starting in 2018, certain public companies must disclose the ratio of their chief executive officer’s annual compensation to that of its ‘median employee.’ The rule allows for significant flexibility in calculating these ratios, leading to widely divergent ratios within the same industry. Therefore, public companies...

When you think of the G.I. Bill, you probably recall reading about a program designed to help military veterans receive college educations after they left the armed forces following World War II. Somewhat less known is that the G.I. Bill has endured, in various forms,...

For many years, 529 college savings plans have offered a tax-favored way to save for higher education. These plans, officially qualified tuition programs, are named for the Internal Revenue code section that provides their advantages. In brief, 529 plans are funded with after-tax dollars. In college...