AICPA Updates Guide for Growing Ranks of CPA Planners
The guidance becomes effective July 1 and covers all aspects of the planning process, AICPA says.
Inflation Hazardous to Retirees’ Financial Health
While U.S. inflation has been low in recent years, many experts still believe double-digit rates are on the horizon.
How Much Should Santa Get Paid?
Insure.com used BLS data to calculate how much Kris Kringle should earn based on his job description.
Obama Refuses to Negotiate ‘Under the Threat of Economic Catastrophe’
Some independent analysts say that the real debt limit deadline is Nov. 1, when the Treasury is scheduled to make nearly $60 billion in payments.
Older Workers More Likely to Have Access to Retirement Plans
The workers most likely to be focused on saving for retirement probably have access to an employer-sponsored plan and are contributing to it, ICI says.
10 Best Cities for Jobs in Financial Services: 2013
A mix of big and small metropolitan areas make the grade on Accounting Principals’ annual list.
TDAI Awards Next Gen Scholarships to Recruit Young Advisors
These are the first scholarships TDAI has awarded since it established an annual Next Generation Scholarship Program earlier this year.
Howdy Doody or Scooby Doo? Mind the Gap Between Early, Late Boomers
Advisors should look at their boomer clients as part of two distinct generations instead of lumping early boomers and late boomers together, according to a report released Monday by the Insured Retirement Institute.
Desperately Seeking Women: IRI Research Explains Advisor Gap
Careers in the financial advising field are expected to grow at twice the rate for all jobs between now and 2020—but where are the women?
Guarding Against Inflation With CPI Swaps Instead of TIPS
For advisors worried about inflation, CPI swaps offer a more efficient hedge because they are a higher-yielding and shorter-duration alternative to TIPS, J.P. Morgan's Cavanaugh says.