House Passes Bill to Rein In IRS, DOJ Asset Forfeitures
Civil asset forfeiture started as a crime-fighting tool but has morphed into a complex process that can unfairly entangle innocent Americans, said Rep. Crowley.
Finding the Right Match When Selling Your Firm: A Checklist
“There are no shortages of opportunity to sell a financial advisory business,” says Matt Matrisian of AssetMark. “The key is finding the right match.”
For Hurricane-Battered Advisors, Planning Is Key
Byron Ellis of United Capital knows a thing or two about dealing with tropical storms: He's been through four or five of them.
10 Sales Behaviors That Prospects Hate
Here's a list of things you might be doing that could send prospects running.
Help Wanted: Mistakes Owner-Advisors Make With Business Consultants
While this may seem self-serving, I believe that all businesses, including advisory businesses, can benefit from good outside business consultants.
When Are We Going to Get There?
Google the phrase, “When are we going to get there?” and the message in Jason Zweig’s weekend column stares you in the face.
Website Simplifies the Hunt for Mutual Fund Fact Sheets
Most advisors spend several dreary hours a week searching for fund fact sheets. RoboWholesaler helps streamline the process.
Active Funds Are Performing Better — for Now
Morningstar's Active/Passive Barometer shows better performance by active funds this year but not long term.
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.
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.