Trump Says He May Pick Taylor and Powell for Fed Leadership Seats
‘They’re both very talented people,’ he tells Fox Business; it is unclear which candidate would be chairman and which would be vice chair.
2 Biggest Reasons Clients Trust Their Advisors
Vanguard assessed 32 skills, practices and behaviors for their effect on client trust. Interestingly, financial planning ability barely cracked the top 10.
Trump Advisors Lean Toward Taylor or Powell for Fed
Yellen is said to fare well in interview with the president, who hasn’t yet made his choice from slate of five contenders.
E-Trade to Buy Trust Co. of America
The deal brings E-Trade $17 billion in institutional assets. Michael Kitces and others speculated about how the $275 million price was agreed upon.
9 New 2018 Tax Numbers to Know
Here are IRS updates that will affect insurance, estate and annuity planning.
Social Security Disability Appeals Piling Up Due to Lack of Funding: Senators
The SSDI hearing backlog has reached record high, with average wait time roughly 600 days, senators say.
Senators Float Seniors Tax Hike Prevention Act of 2017
Without action, the income threshold after which seniors can deduct health care expenses from their taxes will rise this year.
LPL Grabs Longtime Wells Fargo Exec to Be Chief Strategist
John Lynch was with Wells Fargo since 1996 and is now based in Charlotte, N.C.
Women Invest Like Men but With a Key Difference, Study Finds
Capital Group’s survey of women shows confidence in their investment decisions but not necessarily the power to execute.
DeVos Sued Over Plans to End Protections for Student Borrowers
A coalition of states is suing Education Secretary Betsy DeVos for her plans to end rules that protect student loan borrowers.