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Reinvestment Opportunities Created by Tax Reform

February 16, 2018

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Robert Klingler

Reinvestment Opportunities Created by Tax Reform

February 16, 2018

by: Robert Klingler

the-bank-accountthe-bank-accountJonathan and I are back in our studio, and took this opportunity to talk a little about what we’re seeing from our clients, particularly as it comes to reinvesting their tax savings into future opportunities.  Before digging into substance, we first take a little time on the therapist’s couch to address Jonathan’s experience at the College Football National Championship Game. Only 190 days until college football is back!

With regard to tax reform savings,

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Tax Reform for Sub S Banks and a 2017 Year-end M&A Review

December 29, 2017

Authors

Robert Klingler

Tax Reform for Sub S Banks and a 2017 Year-end M&A Review

December 29, 2017

by: Robert Klingler

the-bank-accountthe-bank-accountOn the latest episode of The Bank Account, Jonathan and I analyzed the Rose Bowl, pitting Jonathan’s Georgia Bulldogs against Jonathan’s In-Laws’ Oklahoma Sooners.  With critical generational analysis, Jonathan won me over to support Kirby Smart and the Georgia Bulldogs; I simply have to support Generation X over a Millennial. We then turned our focus to on-topic banking issues: the impact of tax reform on Subchapter S banks and a look in review at

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Thanksgiving: Regulatory Relief and Tax Reform

November 21, 2017

Authors

Robert Klingler

Thanksgiving: Regulatory Relief and Tax Reform

November 21, 2017

by: Robert Klingler

the-bank-accountthe-bank-accountOn the latest episode of The Bank Account, Jonathan and I discuss two business reasons for bankers to be thankful this holiday season, the Senate’s proposed regulatory relief legislation and legislative efforts for tax reform.

The Senate Banking Committee has released the text of proposed legislation providing real regulatory relief to community banks.  With ten Republican co-sponsors and nine Democratic co-sponsors, the measure would appear to have better odds than prior regulatory

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Financial Services Update – January 7, 2011

January 7, 2011

Authors

Matt Jessee

Financial Services Update – January 7, 2011

January 7, 2011

by: Matt Jessee

December Unemployment 9.4%

On Friday, the Labor Department announced that the United States economy ended the year with 9.4% unemployment in December. The agency also revised estimates from October and November saying that 210,000 jobs were created in October instead of 172,000 and 71,000 in November, instead of 39,000.

Obama Appoints Daley, Sperling To Key Posts

On Thursday, President Obama announced that William Daley will serve as his new chief of staff. Daley is the former U.S. Secretary of Commerce in the Clinton Administration and brother of Chicago Mayor Richard Daley. Daley replaces interim chief of staff Pete Rouse, who

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Financial Services Update

November 12, 2010

Authors

Matt Jessee

Financial Services Update

November 12, 2010

by: Matt Jessee

Obama Trade Mission to Asia

On Friday, President Obama landed in Japan, the last leg of his 10-day, four-nation trade mission which included previous stops in India, Indonesia, and South Korea. The most recent stop in Seoul was marred by negotiators’ failure to finish a long-delayed U.S.-South Korea free trade agreement and squabbling at a G-20 summit over U.S. monetary policy. In Japan, Obama will attend an Asia-Pacific economic summit in Yokohama, which will set the stage for the next APEC summit scheduled for 2011 in Hawaii. He will also meet with Japan’s new prime minister, Naoto Kan, to discuss

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