Life Happens President Promotes Digital Outreach
Marvin Feldman told conference attendees the days of 69-page applications are over.
The Real Fight Over Tax Overhaul Is Just Starting
It's unlikely the Senate will pass a tax bill with “as much as ease as the House,” the Tax Policy Center says.
Impact Investing Can Be Profitable, New Report Says
Recent research has shed light on what are appropriate and achievable financial performance expectations.
House Passes Its Tax Bill; Senate Finance OKs Senate's Bill
Thirteen Republican House members crossed party lines to vote against H.R. 1.
Mortgage Lender Charged With Illegal Securities Offering: Enforcement
In other enforcement actions, a fake EDGAR filer pleads guilty to securities fraud charges.
Clayton’s SEC Cracking Down on Individual Wrongdoers
Targeting individuals over institutions consumes more resources, but the “price is worth paying,” the agency's two top enforcers say.
Are Amazon, Apple and Google Coming for Asset Managers?
Tech companies will increasingly enter finance in order to increase their “client stickiness,” Moody's predicts.
Middle-Income Consumers Drop Private Coverage
CDC figures show private plan use held steady among consumers who earn too much to qualify for subsidies.
Life Distributors Wrestle With Cyberattack Threat
One risk getting more attention is manipulation of what consumers are thinking.
Health Care for Millions at Risk as Tax Writers Look for Revenue
Few Republicans have talked much about the House bill repeal of the medical expense deduction.