8 Back-to-School Planning Tips for Advisors (and Their Clients)
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401(k) Trustee Matthew Hutcheson Sentenced to 17 ½ Years
The Idaho-based trustee and fiduciary was also ordered to pay his victims $5.3 million in restitution.
Expat Americans, Foreign Banks Heave Under IRS Pressure
FATCA, newly delayed until July 2014, will require foreign financial institutions to report on U.S. citizens’ holdings or pay a steep withholding tax.
Your Clients and Their Children: Solutions to Joint Bank Accounts
Here are three less risky, more efficient solutions to an aging parent's wish to make bank accounts into joint accounts with their children.
Online Donations Surged in 2012
Online donations to U.S. nonprofit groups are growing much faster than other types of gifts, according to new research by The Chronicle of Philanthropy.
Your Clients and Their Children: The Problems With Joint Bank Accounts
Some of your older clients might want to make their bank accounts into joint accounts with their children. Understandable, but perhaps not wise.
Firm Accused of Bilking NFL, NBA Players
FINRA said Thursday that it had levied a temporary cease-and-desist order against Success Trade Securities and its CEO for fraud involving 58 investors, many of them current or former NFL and NBA players.
El-Erian on Cyprus: ‘Europe Lit Two Sticks of Dynamite’
Bond chief says the island's plan to tax bank deposits risks social unrest.
Switzerland and FATCA: Broader Effects
While it would change some of Switzerland's business practices, the country’s acceptance of international standards would be to its advantage
FINRA Slaps Ameriprise for Rep’s Wire Transfer Fraud
FINRA said Ameriprise and its clearing firm missed several red flags, including transfers to accounts in the broker's name.