Managing the (Mobile) Risk of Fine Art Investing
Here's a five-step guide to ensuring your clients address the risk in fine art, which usually moves from place to place.
DOL Fiduciary Proposal Threatens Small-Biz Retirement Plans: U.S. Chamber
Former EBSA head Brad Campbell notes another potentially "significant" problem of DOL plan is requiring advisors to purchase "fiduciary insurance."
Mark Tibergien: Wisdom, Candor and Leadership—The 2015 IA 35 for 35
The leader of Pershing Advisor Solutions uses humor and wit to encourage advisors to do the right thing.
Managing the Risks of HNW Clients’ Global Travels
When wealthy people take a trip abroad, their jewelry, designer clothing, artwork, nannies and even their automobiles travel along.
Is Fiduciary Sales an Oxymoron?
DOL and SEC need to make the distinction between sales and advice clear—and stop letting anyone other than an RIA call themselves an advisor.
Is College Still a Good Investment?
As costs rise and standards sink, helping clients get their educational money’s worth is a growing challenge.
Drop the Jargon: Clients Don’t Care
"When I hear the word 'underwriting,' I have a mental picture of people working in hell with typewriters," one consumer said in a LIMRA presentation.
Multiple Homes, Multiple Nations, Multiple Risks
If your client owns a second home in Europe, make sure they get the right kind of coverage, using carriers with boots on the ground.
Managing the Unique Risks of Yacht Ownership
Yachting may be enjoyable to the owner, but beware fractional ownership, which can carry plenty of risk in addition to a family.
Kotlikoff: Social Security’s Rules Ripping Off Recipients
Laurence Kotlikoff talks to ThinkAdvisor about some of the most "devious" among Social Security's 1,728 rules—and why high-income clients ignore them at their peril.