Investing in Collectible Cars for Pleasure and Profit
Auction prices for rare automobiles have skyrocketed into the millions of dollars, but special cars need special treatment—and insurance coverage.
Massachusetts, Illinois Surveying Advisors on Cybersecurity
Advisors' responses could prompt changes in state regulations, Massachusetts securities regulator William Galvin says.
What Your Clients Can Expect From Long-Term Care
Financial planning is key to ensuring seniors get high quality care.
FINRA Plans Cybersecurity Exam Sweep
FINRA has issued an exam letter saying it will scrutinize BDs' handling of cyber threats, fulfilling its promise to zero in on IT security.
Overseeing the Supervisor: The States Crack Down
The states are scrutinizing CCOs and firm managers to determine whether they should register as an IAR, even if they don't provide advisory services.
Finke: Is Cash Value Life Insurance Disappearing?
Close examination reveals complexity—and opportunity—in life insurance buying trends.
If You’re a Generalist, Advisor, Your Days Are Numbered
The age of the specialist has begun. Advisors who want to grow and succeed from here must differentiate themselves further.
4 Ways Insurance Can Protect Clients’ Retirement Funds
Even those Americans who are confident about their path to retirement security likely don’t understand how vulnerable their savings are.
What to Make of The Affordable Care Act
With so much conflicting press, it’s a wonder anyone knows what to make of the law, better known as Obamacare.
U.S. Tightens Scrutiny of Small Businesses Skirting Obamacare Mandate
If your small-business clients are thinking of reclassifying employees as independent contractors to avoid the employer mandate on health insurance, tell them to think again.