Raymond James Nearly Back to ‘Normal’ After Irma
The Florida-based firm, which shifted resources out of the area due to Hurricane Irma, pledges to support associates affected by the storm.
SEC Highlights Top Advisor Ad Violations
OCIE risk alert details advisors' failures to comply with Rule 206(4)-1, also known as the Advertising Rule.
FPA Honors 4 Financial Planners for Giving Back to the Profession and Public
The winners of FPA's 2017 Heart of Financial Planning Award demonstrate a strong commitment to building the financial planning profession.
Giving by Chinese and Chinese-Americans Surges
Education is the primary cause supported by donors in the U.S. and China, according to the Global Chinese Philanthropy Initiative.
Bills Would Tighten Credit Check Rules, Make Credit Freezes Free
Credit histories “are riddled with errors and the recent Equifax breach makes that much more likely,” Sen. Elizabeth Warren said.
Congress Wants a $2 Trillion Tax Break. US Companies Don't
Firms that stand to benefit most from the cut are saying no thanks, just give every company a bigger rate cut.
3 Possible Worms in the Fintech Apple
Frank Pasquale told senators the new world will need roughly the same kinds of rules as the old world.
How Stephen Hlibok Became Merrill’s First Deaf Advisor
Stephen Hlibok tells ThinkAdvisor about his deaf clients' biggest challenges, how he overcame rejection at Merrill and some cool tech innovations for deaf people.
ACORD Sets Benefits Enrollment Standard
Ten insurers are now using the standard to structure enrollment information.
Oklahoma Commissioner Asks Navigators for Data
One question is whether signup activity alone is a good measure of a navigator's performance.