Republicans Will Find Corporate Tax Reform Isn't That Easy
Tax reform is a relatively easy concept. As the current House bill shows, the difficulty is in the details
Citi to Return $22.5M in Excess Fees
The reimbursement, ordered by the New York Attorney General, affects about 47,000 mutual fund clients.
The Best & Worst Performing Airlines in the World
FlightStats’ yearly list rating international airlines for on-time performance.
SIFMA Recommends Full-Market Close on MLK Day
The move would cover government securities, muni bonds and other products.
Rising Student Debt Among Seniors Threatens to Wreck Their Retirement
The CFPB reports that nearly 40% of borrowers 65 and older, a fast-growing segment of student-loan debtors, are in default.
Election Leaves Millennials Pessimistic About Financial Security
More than 70% of millennials said the economy this year would be worse off than in 2016, the survey found.
DOL’s Perez Makes Plea to Trump as NAFA Appeals Fiduciary Decision
In an exit memo, Perez said the next administration and Congress “must adequately fund DOL’s enforcement” of the fiduciary and overtime rules.
Investors Increasingly Willing to Pay for Financial Advice: Cerulli
Retainers and hourly fees were the least compelling fee structures, the study found.
5 Brokers Who Crossed FINRA in Q4
Advisors did everything from obtaining credit cards using fake names to lying under oath, regulator says.
How to Add a Robo Without Cannibalizing Human Advice: Cerulli
The latest Cerulli report raises the questions that traditional advisory firms should answer before embarking on a robo offering.