Advisors, Tell Us Your Hurricane Survival Stories
If your business was impacted by Hurricane Katrina, Sandy or another natural disaster, please share your lessons for advisors hit by Harvey.
3 Essential Components of Financial Planner Satisfaction
In addition to feeling respected, employees crave a culture that fosters growth, be it through mentorship or ongoing opportunities for continued learning.
Walking the Walk
Former "lobbyist-lite" Knut Rostad tells fiduciary advisors how to stand out.
It’s Not Them, It’s You: Millennials Demand a New Business Model
Millennials actually do want financial advice — and they’ll pay for it. They just want a different kind of advice, delivered differently.
From Style to Substance
The differences between a "lifestyle practice" and an "enduring business model" are stark.
Big Form ADV Changes Coming Soon. Are You Ready?
RIAs are bracing for major reporting changes regarding their Form ADVs that begin Oct. 1. An IAA counsel explains some of those changes.
Cetera Expands Retirement Plan Solutions Team in Response to DOL Rule: Recruiting
HighTower adds a $260M team, and Janney branches out into Tennessee.
Does It Really Matter Whether Clients Pay for Financial Planning?
Many of the products or services that we buy in our daily lives come with something that doesn’t appear on the final bill.
CFPs Lack Clarity on Board’s New Standards, FPA Says
The Board’s proposed changes "do introduce numerous new questions and concerns," says CFP Michael Kitces.
Are You Ready for T+2?
The shorter settlement period for trades — two days instead of three — has implications for financial advisors.