Fed Reinforces Its Aim for Normalization
The Fed could raise the benchmark rates it controls in December.
Insuring Everyone Should Be a Republican Goal
The author suggests that a tax on group health benefits could help fund subsidies.
Centennial State Sets Cybersecurity Example
Justin Kapahi, vice president of solutions and security at External IT, is excited about new cybersecurity regulations for financial firms that were recently passed in Colorado.
Prepare Your Clients for These 5 Life Events
Retirement planning is far from the only component of a robust financial plan.
Democrats Need to Avoid the Single-Payer Trap
The author contends that offering a public option would be more practical.
Secure Messaging: The Rise and Replacement of Text Banking
Galina Datskovsky, CEO of Vaporstream, shares a less risky way to get the benefits of text communications.
Why Advisors Need Financial Advisors
Advisors should work with a planner of their own. They won't, though, so here are three tips to align their personal and business finances.
Why Do the Pundits Hate Annuity Commissions?
High sales of the right products to the right people are, actually, good.
Obamacare Helps Some People Be a Little Less Poor
Have premiums dropped? Or mortality rates? And what about bankruptcies?
Social Security Survivor Benefits: Don’t Just Survive, Maximize
The extra funds overlooked in survivor benefits can mean the difference between living in poverty and relative comfort for many clients.