Tax Bill, Passed in Haste, Could Hurt Small-Biz Retirement Plans: ARA’s Graff
The tax overhaul, which cleared the Senate early Saturday, has been "barreling through Congress," leaving little time to address technical issues, the retirement lobbyist says.
Advisors Asset Management Enters ETF Market With 2 Dividend ETFs: Portfolio Products
BNY Mellon launches a multi-asset fund, and FTSE Russell launches two new ESG index series.
Americans Are So Over the Financial Crisis ... Or Are They?
Many Americans say the Great Recession had no impact on their lives, but their behavior tells a different story, according to Hartford Funds data.
Risks Lurk in DOL Rule Exemption for ‘Clean Shares’
Problems lie ahead if Labor issues "too broad" or "too narrow" a definition of clean mutual fund shares, says Aron Szapiro of Morningstar.
SIFMA, Others to Regulators: No New Cybersecurity Rules Needed
“(T)he volume of regulations ... are sometimes overlapping, duplicative and conflicting,” says SIFMA President and CEO Kenneth Bentsen.
Veteran $1B Wells Fargo Team Moves to Baird
The group includes three advisors based in Anchorage, Alaska.
Debt and Its Hidden Costs
Nearly 3 in 4 Americans are in debt, and its effects can spill into all aspects of their lives, AICPA reports.
‘Spongebuddy’ Investors Got Scrubbed: Enforcement
In another enforcement action, an advisor is charged for an investment scheme involving seniors.
Why More Advisors Are Offering Financial Planning Services
A new report from Cerulli explains the growing popularity of planning services among advisors, especially younger ones.
LPL Adds $1.1B NPC Team
The group comes on board about three months after LPL's acquisition of assets from its parent firm.