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Many retired clients have deviated from their withdrawal plans.
Just because some people are born into wealth doesn’t mean they have it easy.
Clients want advisors who understand their values.
New applications allow advisors to sync data from anywhere.
You can’t be a highly successful advisor without good work habits.
FinFolio’s client reporting system is a significant leap forward.
This year’s higher tax rates demand revisiting investment plans.
Although they are popular, their bond bets draw scrutiny.
Money market funds claim reforms could annihilate their business.
Investors expect many infrastructure-related companies to exhibit long-term strength—but which ones?
Manager David Giroux says it may be time for investors to take a reality check.
These investments in energy companies offer high yields, but should be chosen carefully.
Advisors find term life insurance fits the needs of many clients, with some exceptions.
The U.S. housing market is finally on the mend, experts say.
Rising college costs and new bonus features are adding to the allure of 529 college plans.
Financial planning is being practiced within a paradox that includes an academic void and confusion about the profession.
Matrix Financial Solutions, based in Denver, has released ERISA Fiduciary Issues: A Practice Guide for Advisors, which outlines what it means to be an ERISA fiduciary and what responsibilities come...
This month I had an interesting experience interviewing advisors about the problems of retirees living beyond their means...
By at least one metric, mergers and acquisitions activity among registered investment advisors jumped last year.
Historically low interest rates will someday rise and the 30-year bull market for bonds will eventually end, but a group of investment strategists who weighed in on a recent conference panel devoted...
When it comes to regulatory matters, the fiduciary standard of care issue has seemingly gone from hot potato status to a somnolent remnant of Dodd-Frank financial services reform legislation.
On January 1, all licensed financial advisors in the U.K. were required to adopt a fee-for-service model. And in July, the same will go for advisors in Australia...
Many advisors lack the expertise to help retirement-income clients deal with Social Security or Medicare, in spite of the importance of these clients to their practices, says a new report.
Investors seeking peace of mind from target-date funds for their retirement planning may find the biggest risk lies in choosing the money manager.
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