3 Lessons Prince Left Agents and Advisors
The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer died a year ago, without a will.
Trump Confident of No Federal Shutdown as Agencies Prepare
To keep the government running, Democrats may have to agree to pay for a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border.
Workers Maintain or Increase Income After Claiming Social Security: ICI
The median worker replaced 103% of spendable income after claiming Social Security, ICI economists found.
3 DOL Fiduciary Takeaways From Morgan Stanley’s Q1 Earnings
CFO Pruzan outlines the impact the new fiduciary rule is having on the firm's sales, recruiting, margins and costs.
Fed’s Fischer Says Two More 2017 Hikes Still Feels Right
Market expectations for Fed hikes have softened following a decline in CPI and lowered estimates for Q1 GDP.
SEC Says New York Advisors Falsified AUM to Entice Investors: Enforcement
In other enforcement actions, the SEC charged an oil and gas promoter with misappropriating investor funds.
Nonprofit Fights to Expose Affordable Care Act Records
American Oversight has filed more than 100 requests for records in its first month.
Advisors Can Now Earn Medicare CFP Board CE Credits
Medicare Interactive Pro now offers two online Medicare courses approved by the CFP Board.
Equity Investors Rotate Out of US Into Eurozone: BofA Merrill Survey
The latest BofA Merrill Lynch fund manager survey shows U.S. equity allocations plunging to lowest level in more than nine years.
SEC Actions Against BDs Jump 20%: Cornerstone Research
First half of FY 2017 sees increase, as SEC continues to file vast majority of its actions as administrative proceedings rather than civil actions.