New Fannie Mae Policies Help Student Borrowers Get Mortgages
The policy changes reduce the cost of cash-out refis for student loan borrowers.
Old Student Debt Can Haunt Social Security Benefits, but New Bill Offers Help
Bill by Democratic senators would repeal change in law that allowed earned benefits to be garnished to collect federal debts, like student loans.
Personal Capital Has a New CEO
Bill Harris, who founded the firm, steps down but remains chairman, as Personal Capital’s COO takes over as CEO.
The Human Side of Financial Planning: George Kinder Talks About Dick Wagner
“I don’t think that life planning as we or I know it would exist if it weren’t for Dick,” according to George.
Nuveen Adds Real Estate Allocation to TDF Series: Portfolio Products
In other product news, VictoryShares launches Dividend Accelerator ETF.
U.S. Stocks Should ‘Terrify’ Janet Yellen: Billionaire Investor
Paul Tudor Jones says U.S. market cap to GDP ratio highest since '00; stocks could rise higher after French election.
Workers Maintain or Increase Income After Claiming Social Security: ICI
The median worker replaced 103% of spendable income after claiming Social Security, ICI economists found.
Raymond James to Buy $27B Asset Managers
Scout Investments and Reams will join Carillon Tower Advisers, which recently expanded its sales and distribution team.
The Biggest Concerns of Not-for-Profit Plan Sponsors: TIAA Report
TIAA suggests ways plan sponsors can prepare employees for successful retirement.
Ric Edelman Unveils Novel Social Security Supplement Plan
Edelman’s plan asks the government to set aside a small one-time sum in a trust fund for each child born in the U.S.