Overall Insurance Labor Demand Looks Strong: Jobs Board Firm
The insurance distribution companies surveyed had 2,321 open jobs in February.
These 6 Basic Financial Questions Baffled a Third of Americans
GoBankingRates, a personal finance news and features website, conducted a survey that measured respondents’ knowledge of fundamental financial terminology.
Why Individual Investors Support Fiduciary Rule: Financial Engines Survey
A survey from the nation's biggest 401(k) advisor found that 93% of Americans want advisors working on retirement accounts to put client interests first.
Deaths of Despair Stalk Millennials in Unforgiving Job Market
The rate of premature death among people who enter the workforce with only a high school diploma is rising.
Galvin Concerned by State’s Use of Private Agencies to Collect Delinquent Taxes
“The government’s use of private collectors muddies the situation in the public’s mind,” Massachusetts Sec. Galvin warns.
Liquid Alts Investors Return to Relative Value Space: Wilshire
Equity hedge led sub-strategy performance in the first quarter, returning 1.9%.
3 UnitedHealth Earnings Highlights for Agents
The company still serves 585,000 individual commercial enrollees.
Raymond James’ Semi-Indie Channel Grabs $700M Team From Wells Fargo
A team of four advisors leaves Wells’ Profit-Formula Group to join Advisor Select in Huntsville, Alabama.
Supreme Court May Clip SEC’s Enforcement Power
A key SEC enforcement tool may soon be reined in by the court.
BofA Profit Jumps in Q1 as Wealth Unit’s Asset Flows Top $29B
The number of advisors in the Thundering Herd, though, falls below 14,500 as more reps retire.