Maryland Smith’s Samuel Handwerger recently wrote a letter to former President Bill Clinton. It wasn't about his presidency, or his politics. It was about his taxes.
Of all of the potential repercussions of the college admissions scandals – expulsions, arrests, tougher scrutiny on admissions practices – this one you probably didn’t see coming.
Financial auditors risk being sued for substandard performance. Their clients also face exposure, but differently, new Maryland Smith research shows.
Companies reveal information about risk and uncertainty at peer firms when they issue earnings announcements.
In the market for a new car in 2019? Hoping to buy a plug-in hybrid or full electric vehicle for the tax credit? They don't all qualify, warns Maryland Smith's Samuel Handwerger.
Maryland Smith faculty share their best travel hacks, from traveling early to the best ways to tolerate traffic, to make your holidays easier.
It’s probably never too soon to start thinking about tax season. Particularly this year, says Maryland Smith’s Samuel Handwerger.
A recent four-day workweek trial program at a small New Zealand company drew a disproportionately large amount of outside interest. This is why.
Maybe there's something fundamentally flawed about the way the IRS calculates capital gains. The Smith School's Samuel Handwerger discusses the merits of indexing.
In a rare move this week, the U.S. Supreme Court overturned its own ruling, with a 5-4 decision that allows states to collect sales tax from out-of-state retailers who sell to their in-state residents.