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Women in Planning Articles
Nationally, only 31 percent of women use a financial professional, down from 48 percent in 2008, according to a Prudential study.
Susan Michel, the founder of Glen Eagle Advisors, is honored for growing a firm that stresses family comes first.
A pronounced income gap between millennial men and women sets up differences in their savings and sense of financial security, a Wells Fargo survey finds.
Susan Anthony has joined the firm from John Hancock.
Sallie Krawcheck, the former executive at Bank of America Corp. and Citigroup Inc...
Barbara Krumsiek will step down as chief executive of the socially responsible investing specialist and become chair of Calvert's new research and advocacy institute.
Financial advisors who plan their time well are more successful and tend to grow their firms with fewer drawbacks, such as stress and exhaustion.
Retirees who are spending too much of their hard-earned retirement money need to understand the consequences, warn financial advisors who participated in a Financial Advisor's retirement survey.
Most advisors are successful in getting their clients to save, but a substantial minority will not have enough for retirement.
The Insured Retirement Institute says almost half of boomer women and one in seven Gen X females haven't calculated the amount of money they'll need in retirement.
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The top 10 reasons why the US stock market is not in a bubble can be summarized in a countdown list. + Read more
Risk management failed dramatically during steep market drops since '98, and we argue that's because too much focus has been placed on backward-looking risk measures and not enough on scenario analysis. + Read more