IRS Makes Charities’ Financial Data Easily Accessible
Nonprofits' Form 990 data will be available for the first time in a machine-readable format through Amazon Web Services.
Persian Rugs: Still Priceless or a Magic Carpet Ride to Nowhere?
The lifting of Iran sanctions allows Americans to buy Persian carpets for the first time in six years, but are they worth the steep prices?
Top Portfolio Products: Strategy Shares Launches With 2 Actively Managed ETFs
Products and services added during the past week go well beyond the usual new ETFs to include an investment banking platform and phone-based advice service.
Why Emerging Markets Deserve Another Look
EGShare's Zeitoun shares his views on these ETFs, the topic of smart beta and the future of the industry.
Top 4 Reasons You Better Discuss Social Security With Clients
Among them, the risk of losing clients who would rather switch to an advisor who will.
Bogle at ‘65’: Offers Investor Do’s & Don’ts, Shows Market Landscape
Vanguard titan John Bogle talks about the investing wisdom he’s gathered during his 65 years in financial services.
House Panel Passes 8 Bills Including Adviser Act Reform, Crowdfunding
The House Financial Services Committee passes eight “economic growth” bills.
Americans’ Charitable Giving Set Record in 2015
Foundations, alone among recipient categories, saw a decrease in donations last year.
IRS Re-Opens REIT Loophole for $58B NSAM Deal
Treasury says that its recently-announced regulations will be corrected “to give effective date relief” for conversions before Dec. 7, 2015.
With FutureAdvisor, BlackRock Seeks to Compete With Schwab, Vanguard
BlackRock says its robo offering provides advisory firms, wealth managers and banks a “credible way” to take on Schwab and Vanguard.