Discuss LTC or Visit Dentist? In Study, 25% Prefer Dentist
According to a Genworth study, fewer than 30% of adults have even had a conversation about their long-term care or aging needs.
Retirement Spending Plans Should Follow Pension Strategy: Russell
Pensions’ funded ratio method offers a “simple yet powerful percentage that most clients understand immediately,” a Russell study says.
3 Cool Tech Products for Advisors at T3
T3 conference features new releases and tech upgrades from eMoney, Advizr and more.
How to Help Clients Claim Medicare
Few retiring clients ask their advisors about Medicare, but there is much they need to know about claiming this mandatory benefit.
Advisors, Don’t Retire at 65: SIFMA Panel
One way to ease the talent crisis is to encourage older advisors to stay in the business longer, panelists said.
How to Maximize Post-Retirement Income: The Principles
Proper sequencing of withdrawals from taxable accounts, tax-deferred accounts (IRAs and 401(k)s) and Roth accounts can make or break a client’s retirement income plan.
People Living Longer but Not Addressing LTC: Northwestern Mutual
Despite being aware of the implications of longevity, only a fraction of Americans have planned for long-term care, according to a new study.
Schwab’s Bettinger, Clark: RIAs Must Evolve; Robos in ‘Top of the First’
Welcoming attendees at biggest-ever Impact, Schwab CEO and RIA chief explain robo-advisor strategy and call on RIAs to embrace the challenge of “Generation Now.”
UBS’ Advisor Production Tops Merrill’s (Again), as Q3 Profits Rise
UBS Wealth managers in the Americas have average annual fees and commissions of nearly $1.08 million.
Helping Retirees Dodge the Medicare Income-Based Surcharge
You can alter a client’s investments to generate income that is excluded from Medicare’s income calculation, but the time to plan is now.