FINANCIAL PLANNING/WEALTH MANAGEMENT

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Help Clients And Grow Your Practice With Behavioral Coaching

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Research has shown that behavioral coaching is one of the most important services an advisor can provide.

What Harvard Can Learn From Olive Garden

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America's casual restaurants serve a more diverse clientele than many of America's elite universities.

Most U.S. College Grads Say Trade Skills Bring Better Job Security

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In recent years, workers without a college degree have seen stronger wage gains in the US.

Mix Of Strategies, Products Best Optimizes Retirement Income, BlackRock Finds

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The financial giant encourages using annuities as well as delaying retirement and Social Security in a new white paper.

Student Loan Payments Restart Will Dent U.S. Housing Market, Survey Finds

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Homeownership is one of the few ways that lower-income households accumulate wealth, so a reduction could have long-term effects.

Youngest Baby Boomers' Pay In The U.S. Peaked When They Hit 45

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For people without a college degree, earnings even fell in later years, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

B-Ds Are Pushing Reps To Step Back From Portfolio Management, Cerulli Says

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Broker-dealers now want reps to concentrate more on dealing directly with clients.

Student Loan Payments Canceled For Some Low-Income Borrowers Under New Biden Plan

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The Saving on a Valuable Education, or SAVE, plan is focused on providing relief to poor borrowers.

What Tax Preparers Want From Clients' Advisors

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It's important that advisors and tax professionals work well together for the sake of the client.

Borrowers With $39 Billion In Student Loans Finally See Relief

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Thousands of Americans are having their balances wiped clean, thanks to updates by the U.S. Department of Education.

Billionaire Steve Cohen Fights A $10 Million Tax Bill To Derail An IRS Plan

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The N.Y. Mets owner and investor is fighting an IRS campaign that is targeting hundreds of money managers.

Americans Say Government Can Do More To Ease Student-Loan Crisis

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Education costs are out of hand, say 56% of Americans surveyed by Bankrate.

Student Loan Bills Are Higher Than Mortgage Payments For Some Borrowers

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Experts have predicted delinquencies on credit card and auto loans as debt payments stretch household budgets.

62% Of Student Loan Borrowers Say They Will Likely Boycott Repayment

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Students are bracing for the resumption of payments in October after a nearly four-year freeze.

Student Debt Relief Drives More Grads To Teach For America

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The educational nonprofit offers ways to cut down on student loan payments.

Plan Now For 2026 Tax Law Sunset, Advisors Warn

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Advisors say it's crucial to plan now for tax law changes that may not happen for several years.

San Francisco Prices Are Sinking, And Property Owners Want A Tax Cut

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Some of the world's biggest landlords have filed for assessment cuts.

As Student Loan Repayments Restart, Tax Issues Linger, Tax Foundation Says

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Some borrowers could still face tax obligations if their loans are forgiven, the foundation says.

College Endowment Investment Gains Are Being Eroded By Inflation

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Colleges needed an annual gain of 8.2% last year to keep pace with inflation and spending.

U.S. Will Have To Write Off Billions In Student Debt Due To Deaths

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Some 300,000 borrowers are estimated to have died since March 2020.

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