Unusually Low Volatility Can Be Dangerous for Markets
Excessive stability breeds instability down the road.
Health Care Optimists Who Matter
The most important decisions about market may be taking place far outside Washington.
Distributions Out of a Cash Value Life Insurance Policy
The machinery in these products may work more like a manual transmission than an automatic.
Republicans Feel the Heat at Home on Health Care
To give health benefits is easier than to take.
AXA Moves to Sweat the Asset Managers in U.S. IPO Plan
The author says managers were careful not to say how much of the U.S. operations they might sell.
Proposed Tax Bill Would Clarify Tax Treatment of Life Settlements
A 2009 ruling put a policy seller in a worse situation than a consumer who simply surrendered a policy.
What Democrats Know About Voters and Health Care
Wanting everyone to have health care, and wanting to pay for everyone to have health care, may be two very different things.
Crunch Time: New Standards Will Define the Future of CFPs
I’m beginning to hear rumors that the CFP Board Commission on Standards may soon release its recommendations and open them up for public comment.
Supporting the Entrepreneurial Advisor
Growing up behind the Iron Curtain in Kiev, Ukraine, Docupace founder Michael Pinsker had always admired Americans' spirit of entrepreneurial freedom.
Obamacare Made Americans Financially Healthier
There may be more than one way to measure how a health finance program is working.