Retirement Symposium

News From The Retirement Symposium: Nick Murray Scolds Those Hawking Low-Volatility Funds

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Advisors and mutual fund companies hawking low-volatility funds and other investment vehicles that play on the public’s misplaced fears about equities' volatility are performing a major disservice,...

News From The Retirement Symposium: Should Clients Move When They Retire?

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You can help clients figure out whether retiring to a new place makes sense by reviewing much more than the financial implications of the move, said advisor Linda Lubitz Boone.

News From the Retirement Symposium: Target-Date Fund Investors Face Disappointment, Arnott Says

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Target-date fund participants who think the funds will meet their retirement income needs could be sorely disappointed, Robert Arnott said at the Financial Advisor Retirement Symposium.

News From the Retirement Symposium: Votava: Talking To Clients About Health Care Is Like Talking To Kids About Sex

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Financial advisors can help clients save money and preserve retirement assets by doing annual health-care cost planning with them, said an expert at the Financial Advisor Retirement Symposium.

News From the Retirement Symposium: How To Deal With Clients Who Spend Too Much . . . Or Too Little

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Panelists at the Financial Advisor Retirement Symposium share their insights on helping clients manage their money.

News From the Retirement Symposium: Panelists Tell Advisors They Can Be Crucial To Improving Retirement Security

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Many Americans don't have enough money for the kind of retirement they would like, but advisors can use new strategies to help improve clients' later years, panelists said at FA's retirement...