Female Investors Don't Lack Confidence; They Just Have High Standards: Study
A recent survey by United Capital suggests that the common idea that women lack financial confidence is malarkey.
DOL Fiduciary Rule Hits BDs’ IT Budgets, Product Lines
“Broker-dealers have to make a lot of very difficult, and in some cases expensive, decisions,” ERISA lawyer Fred Reish says.
Recruiting Roundup: Dynasty, Triad Pick Up Large Advisor Groups
Meanwhile, Merrill Lynch & U.S. Trust report their newest registered reps.
8 Best Foreign Retirement Destinations
The Retire Overseas Index identifies some lesser-known cities and regions for retirees to explore.
LPL Limits Pay Hikes, Bonuses for Employees
Companywide, there will not be merit increases in 2016, as the IBD takes "a cautious approach."
Senators to Push Bill to Force Trump to Release Tax Returns
The Presidential Tax Transparency Act would require presidential candidates to release their tax returns within 15 days of being nominated.
Treasuries Gain as Minutes Show Fed Officials Split on Rate Hike
Financial markets had been expecting a more hawkish outlook for rates, but instead the minutes showed a multitude of opinions on when to hike.
Latest 403(b) Suit Targets Columbia University
"Until employers recognize their duties and fulfill their duties, these cases will keep coming," says lawyer Charles Field of Sanford Heisler.
Hearsay Launches New Social Media Tool for Advisors
The platform tracks client communications, suggests steps for advisors to take and gives broker-dealers data for building best practices.
College Costs: Kids’ Expectations vs. Parents’ Ability to Pay
Most children think their parents will pay all their college costs, but parents, many with their own student debt, have different ideas, a survey found.