Boehner’s Exit Means No Government Shutdown (for Now): Analysts
Political watchers say the departing House speaker will negotiate a short-term funding bill. But when it expires on Dec. 11, the battle will begin again.
Recruiting Roundup: Raymond James Nabs $550M Team From UBS
Meanwhile, U.S. Trust adds four advisors, and Cetera picks up Gough Financial as part of an OSJ.
Which Wirehouse Tops LPL’s List of Recruited Reps?
The independent broker-dealer is adding a sizable number of teams and advisors from one firm in particular.
10 Best Cities for Retirement: 2015
WalletHub recently ranked the 150 most populated cities based on how well retirees can live affordably, stay busy and find health care.
Top 5 Fastest Growing Consumer Complaints
Thirty-seven agencies in a survey received a total of 281,639 complaints last year, including tax-related fraud.
Top 10 Worst-Funded State Pensions: 2015
Pew data shows which states’ public workers are in the worst shape for retirement.
ABLE Act Passed, but Many Questions Remain
For states deciding whether to host or contract a qualified disability savings account program, there’s a lot to consider.
Baird Nabs $1B Ex-Wells Fargo Group
SIx advisors come on board in Wichita, Kansas, with nearly $5.5 million in yearly fees and commissions.
11 Best & Worst 529 College Savings Plans of 2015: Morningstar
ThinkAdvisor looks at the college savings plans rated Gold, Silver and, well, Negative.
SEC Chief: Advisor Exam Crunch Is a ‘Serious’ Investor Protection Issue
SEC chief White tells senators the current 10% advisor exam rate is cause for "great concern" and discusses fiduciary rules.