Financial Planning for Unmarried Couples: A Tricky Challenge
Single? Married? A third choice is on the rise, and financial planning for unmarried couples has special problems.
What Does Divorce Really Cost?
Conducted by volunteers, Second Saturday workshops address the legal, emotional and financial issues of divorce.
Mending the Gratitude Gap
Whether you’re a boss or an employee, you can improve job satisfaction by incorporating expressions of appreciation into your workday.
When Fear of Firing Leads to Fear of Hiring
Advisors are sometimes reluctant to hire the additional staff they need out of fear that they’ll have to let them go in case of a business setback.
Is Your Business Prepared to Handle Disruptions?
The DOL fiduciary rule has been seen as a roadblock, but RIAs are a step ahead.
How to Handle Client Setbacks: Advice From 6 Industry Gurus
Anyone in the planning business knows the humbling adage, “Man proposes, but God disposes.” Or more colloquially, “Stuff happens.”
The Vision Thing: Why You Need It and How to Get It
Immigration, abortion, fracking, surtaxing the 1% — presidential elections seem to hinge on issues like these, but in reality, elections are about vision.
The Year of Fear: How Advisors and Clients Can Handle It
In these unsettled days, how can you identify fear-based attitudes and behaviors? Olivia Mellan and Kol Birke explain how to cope.
What We Say We Fear—And What We Really Fear
Many widespread fears can’t stand up to impartial scrutiny. Overblown by the media, they take on larger-than-life significance in the national psyche.
How Fear Works
When sensory information enters the brain, it travels along two paths.