The fascinating world of finance lured Matt Badiali away from the study of his intended field of science. With a bachelor’s degree in the rigorous discipline from Penn State University and a Master of Science in geology from Florida’s Atlantic University, he was on his way toward earning a Ph. D. at the University of North Carolina when a friend recommended another path.
A cash-balance plan may not mean very much to someone who has no concerns about retirement, but it provides an alternative to traditional pension plans. An international expert on money and the editor of three financial publications, Ted Bauman recommends a retirement plan review that may encourage employees to make a switch. From his perspective at Banyan Hill Publishing and as an authority on asset protection, he suggests that older workers and high wage earners may have a lot to lose by not considering retirement income alternatives. Employers may benefit as well.
William Saito invented a software company in his dorm room at the University of California, Riverside. It was the kind of company that drew the attention of Microsoft and in 2000, Microsoft bought the firmware rights to the technology, securing Saito firmly as an authority in the the technology industry.
Todd Levine is an experienced commercial litigator and a founding member at Kluger, Kaplan, Silverman, Katzen, & Levine, P.L. in Miami, Florida. With a strong background in commercial real estate litigation and over twenty-five years in practice, he has handled a wide variety of complex business disputes in industries including sports and entertainment. He often works with property managers, property buyers and sellers, investors, contractors and more on cases dealing with commercial real estate projects and transactions. He has also handled cases that involve financial investment partnerships and specialized finance arrangements.
CAOA has sold more than one million vehicles.