For Divorcing Women, Becoming Financially Knowledgeable Is Crucial
More older women are getting divorced, and if they have delegated financial decision making to their spouses, they need to raise their financial knowledge fast.
Supreme Court’s Obamacare Ruling Leaves GOP Few Options
Even if the Republican-led House and Senate were able to pass legislation repealing the health care law, Obama would veto it.
6 Results if Supreme Court Kills Obamacare Subsidies
The Supreme Court is expected to make a ruling on the King v. Burwell case any day now.
SEC Charges Advisor With Bilking Retired Teachers, Police Chief, Pastor
The Miami-based advisor of the Sterling Investment Fund must pay more than $748,000 in disgorgement and face criminal charges, the SEC says.
529 Plans: The College Savings Tool Most Families Don’t Know About
About two-thirds of families don't know what a 529 plan is, according to a recent survey. Here's what your clients should know.
LPL Shares Info on Reps Recruited in Q1
The IBD lags rivals in terms of average assets per financial advisor but says its "technology, solutions, service and resources" set it apart.
Advisors Who Serve(d) Tell Their Stories: Memorial Day, 2015
In our latest slideshow honoring advisors who served in the armed forces, we present 16 veterans deserving of praise.
SEC Charges Atlanta Advisor With Defrauding Police, Firefighter Pension Plans
Firm breached its fiduciary duty by selling unsuitable investments to pension funds for the city’s police, firefighters and transit workers, the SEC says.
On Economy, Wall Street Sulks as Main Street Exults
A new BofA Merrill report says go to cash while a broad-based sentiment survey shows small businesses feeling upbeat.
Real Estate Investors Looking to Buy More, Higher Priced Houses
Nearly half of real estate investors plan to buy four or more houses this year, a Visio survey says.