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The lopsided bond market has caught the attention of the SEC, which is examining whether the biggest players get preferential prices and access because of their influence.
Rising long-term care costs are creating financial planning challenges for many, particularly baby boomers.
As the political fight over raising taxes for high-income Americans fades away, so are predictions for negative economic fallout.
Advisors might want to tell their clients to wait a few months before purchasing a pre-owned car with their tax refund.
The economics of mobile home, which are in high demand by those still reeling from the recession, have become alluring to those who've made their living in the markets.
Brooklyn’s cachet as a global brand and epitome of urban hipsterdom is shifting New York City’s center of gravity.
Generation Y workers are not recovering from the recession as quickly as older employees, according to a new survey.
Although their AUM and revenue rose, financial advisors saw client retention rates and average revenue on assets drop last year, according to PriceMetrix.
Europeans have proved the best at preserving billion dollar fortunes through market peaks and troughs over the past 25 years, a study shows.
Total retirement assets reached the highest on record and overcame the impact of the 2008 financial crisis, says a Spectrem Group study.
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