One year after landmark court case, financial picture for LGBT people is mixed
Macroeconomic challenges confronting Americans explain in part the financial concerns of the LGBT community.
One year later: How same-sex marriage rights have changed LGBTs’ financial lives
Half of LGBT couples surveyed said being in a legally recognized same-sex partnership has simplified their finances.
Being an advisor, and friend, to the LGBT community
Being able to understand and relate to a client’s journey, to respect “individual personhood and individual experience” are all important to a financial advisor.
Your boss wants to know if you're gay
Corporate America is in a new era of ask, please tell.
Your financial advisor wants to know if you’re gay
More advisors are realizing they need to know whether, when, and how to talk about their clients' sexual orientation.
LGBT and modern families: What advisors need to know
A high-level overview of the most common questions that come up in dealings with non-traditional clients, as well as brief answers to get you started.
Prudential exec issues 6-point call for industry transformation
Life insurers' current challenges include the fact that the field remains dominated by Caucasians who are "pale, stale and male."
Foundations’ LGBTQ Grant Making Grew 6.3% in 2013
Report finds strong collaboration and coordination among funders on lesbian and gay issues.
New ETF Based on Workplace Equality Index
Years ago, Denver Investments built an index of companies with gay-friendly workplaces. Now it's rolled out an ETF to meet like-minded investors' needs.
Obama slams door on anti-gay bias
President Barack Obama today signed an order prohibiting federal agencies and contractors from discriminating against lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender workers.