Want to Work in Retirement? You May Be in for a Surprise
"Retired" boomers who want to keep working have unrealistic expectations about pay and flexibility, a Bankers Life survey found.
Democrats Float Bill for Free Community College
The bill, based on an Obama proposal, is intended to save students an average $3,800 in tuition and fees annually.
FSI Pushes Investors to Weigh in on DOL Fiduciary With New Microsite
While FSI advisor members have been sending thousands of letters, the site will give retail investors "a voice in Washington," says FSI's Brown.
Are Flat Fees Really Better for Clients—or for Advisors?
When someone explains something to me starting with statements that strike me as patently ridiculous, I tend to discount the rest of their thinking.
8 Top Concerns of SEC Investor Advocate
Millennials, fiduciary duty and retirement readiness are on the investor advocate’s policy agenda for fiscal year 2016.
10 Women Who Are the Wealthiest People in Their States
A fifth of the states have a woman as their richest resident, a Forbes list shows.
For Divorcing Women, Becoming Financially Knowledgeable Is Crucial
More older women are getting divorced, and if they have delegated financial decision making to their spouses, they need to raise their financial knowledge fast.
Expect Shakeout Among Robo Advisors, but Embrace Them Now
Morningstar panelists urge advisors to embrace automated advice technology to gain efficiency and new clients.
Fearing Rate Hike, Wealthy Opting Out of Market
The Spectrem Millionaire Investor Confidence Index in June plunged to its lowest point in 16 months, Spectrem Group reported Tuesday.
10 Best US Cities for Veterans
In some of the cities in NerdWallet's ranking, more than a fifth of residents are veterans.