Sen. Warren: Financial Choice Act an ‘Insult to Working Families’
The bill is "immoral" and “about throwing people under the bus so that lobbyists can do the bidding of Wall Street,” Warren said Friday.
House Dems to Hold Hearing on Financial Choice Act
Sen. Elizabeth Warren will be among the witnesses.
Senate Confirms Acosta as Labor Secretary
Groups press Acosta to further delay fiduciary rule.
Old Student Debt Can Haunt Social Security Benefits, but New Bill Offers Help
Bill by Democratic senators would repeal change in law that allowed earned benefits to be garnished to collect federal debts, like student loans.
Advisors on Trump’s Tax Plan: Praise, Concern and Shrugs
None of the capital gains savings or corporate tax cuts directly affect IRAs, 401(k)s or Roth IRAs.
Senate Votes to Advance Acosta as Labor Secretary
The Senate voted Wednesday to end debate on Acosta’s nomination and move to a vote.
House Dems Blast Financial Choice Act, Call for Another Hearing
Democrats requested an additional hearing before the May 2 markup of Rep. Jeb Hensarling's Dodd-Frank replacement.
Financial Planners Fight Spending Bill Rider That Kills DOL Rule
The Financial Planning Coalition moves against other industry players who are "aggressively advocating" for a rider that would prohibit DOL from implementing the fiduciary rule.
Advisors Continue to Get New Business From Social Media: Poll
Forty-six percent of advisors acquired business this year via social media, up from 43% last year, says American Century.
Global Coalition on Aging Releases Dementia Innovation Readiness Index
"Regulators must step up to define meaningful endpoints and encourage early detection and diagnosis," says GCOA's Hodin