GOP Health Bill Kept Secret From Senators Assigned to Write It
John McCain has his own ideas about who might have a copy of the text.
Millennials Are Helping America Save More Money
After almost a decade, Americans may finally be turning the corner on saving money.
Blackstone Booming Ahead in Nontraded REIT Business
Working with the wirehouses, rather than exiting the market like W. P. Carey, is Blackstone's approach.
Paul Ryan Wants to Pass Massive Tax Reform This Year
In a speech before the National Association of Manufacturers, Ryan said he was moving ahead on "transformational tax reform."
Individual Donors Drove Record Charitable Giving in 2016
Corporate and foundation giving rose last year, while estate gifts plummeted, according to the annual Giving USA report.
5 Ways Washington Is Choking Your Annuity Business
Your clients are getting older, fast, and the focus is on federal subregulatory guidance.
Kudlow to Trump: Push Tax Cuts Now — or Else
The CNBC host and informal Trump advisor tells ThinkAdvisor that failure to pass corporate tax cuts this summer could have broad ramifications.
Great American Parent Explains Annuity Unit to Wall Street
American Financial Group executives pointed out that its Great American unit earned $368 million in 2016.
Lincoln Cuts Some Annuity Comp From Agent Plan Totals
The move applies to qualified indexed annuity and qualified variable annuity sales placed after June 9.
CFP Board Seeks to Impose 'Strengthened' Fiduciary Standard on All Advice
Proposal out for a 60-day comment period; Kitces wonders if board is prepared to enforce and discipline those not in compliance.