Ex-Con, Buddies Duped Investors in $15M Oil Drilling Scheme, SEC Says
The phony oil drilling investment scheme promised returns as high as 55%.
What to Do When Clients Lie
"Working With Difficult People" author Raphael Lapin talks to ThinkAdvisor about how advisors can handle dishonesty from clients, co-workers and bosses.
Ric Edelman: Advisors’ Biggest Tech Threat Isn’t Robos
The technology with the most radical impact on advisors’ businesses is something they may know little or nothing about, Ric Edelman tells ThinkAdvisor.
Financial Anxiety Is The New Diet Anxiety
A Northwestern Mutual study finds that 67% of millennials have anxiety about their level of savings.
Taxpayers Prefer Roth Retirement Plans: Study
They might not adequately understand the fallout from their decision, but taxpayers generally prefer back-loaded retirement plans to front-loaded ones, CRR reports.
NY Fed President Sees Moderate Growth and Higher Inflation Ahead
William Dudley said inflation is moving toward the Fed's 2% target and modest wage growth is likely due to sluggish productivity growth.
Dalbar Puts a Sellers’ Exemption to Fiduciary Rule on DOL’s Desk
In a comment letter, Dalbar proposes something many fiduciary proponents say the SEC should have been doing all along.
DOL Seeks 18-Month Delay for Fiduciary Compliance
The Labor Department has requested a delay for the best-interest contract exemption and two other PTEs.
Boomers Who Refuse to Sell Are Dominating the Housing Market
Older Americans own half of houses, squeezing out youngsters; why one 23-year-old cruises streets and knocks on doors
Cash Balance Plans Gaining Ground
Small-business owners are driving a continuing increase in the adoption of cash balance retirement plans, Kravitz reports.