FINANCIAL PLANNING/WEALTH MANAGEMENT

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Wells Fargo CEO Abruptly Steps Down, Succumbing To Its Scandals

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Wells Fargo & Co. CEO Tim Sloan gave in to critics and abruptly stepped down Thursday.

Moderate Democrats Look For Middle Ground On SALT Deduction Cap

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Two Democrats want to raise the cap on the amount of state and local taxes people can deduct.

JPMorgan, Nomura Job Cuts Add To Wave Of Pullbacks In Finance

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Automation and technology are replacing thousands of workers at banks and asset managers around the world.

GOP Tax Overhaul Helped N.Y. Democrat Gillibrand Enjoy Tax Cut

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Democrat Kirsten Gillibrand was helped by the GOP's near-elimination of the alternative minimum tax.

Democrats Love A Wealth Tax, But Europeans Are Ditching The Idea

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An annual tax on household wealth is an idea with deep roots in Europe.

JPMorgan Said To Cut Hundreds Of Jobs In Asset, Wealth Unit

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The bank is dismissing hundreds of workers in its asset and wealth-management division after a review.

Parents’ Long-Term Care Remains A Potential Liability For Children

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North Dakota recently amended a law requiring children to pay off parents' outstanding long-term care debt.

Many Rich Fretting About SALT Didn't Get Break Before Trump Law

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Some wealthy Americans complaining about the SALT deduction cap didn't get the deduction in the first place.

Financial Advisors Say They're Feeling Stressed

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Advisors deal with more stress than the average U.S. worker, according to a new survey.

Trump's Tax Reform Has Some Taxpayers Suffering From Sticker Shock

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Fewer allowable deductions means that some tax filers are getting hit with surprise tax bills.

Debunking 10 Common Misconceptions About Retirement

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Advisors need to know how to dispel these mistaken beliefs their clients may have about retirement.

Wealthy Investors Need Skilled And Savvy Advisors

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The CFA Institute report found that traditional assets remain the bedrock for HNW investors.

Transformative Trips Are The New Midlife Crisis Splurge

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Malaise? Stress? Family strife? A luxury vacation may be the miracle cure you're looking for.

How To Use Muni Bonds For Tax-Loss Harvesting

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Municipal bonds can provide ammunition for offsetting capital gains liabilities, especially for wealthy clients.

Baby Boomers More Prepared For Dying Than Living

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Boomers are ignoring their long-term care needs, but they're champs when it comes to estate planning, a survey says.

NYC Real Estate Brokers Call Pied-A-Terre Tax 'Class Warfare' On Rich

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The proposed tax would apply to properties above $5 million owned by non-residents.

Shrinking Tax Refunds Cast A Shadow On Trump's Signature Law

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Fewer people are getting refunds this year and that’s causing angst for Republicans.

Envestnet To Buy PIEtech, Developers Of MoneyGuidePro, For $500 Million

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The purchase positions Envestnet as a leader in financial planning software.

Putting Fido In The Will Not Just For Super-Rich

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More clients are including beloved pets into estate plans to ensure they're cared for.

For Mastermind Of College Entrance Scam, Fat Fees Weren’t Enough

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At the center of the college admissions scandal is a cautionary tale of greed, ambition and hubris.

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