Why Did the CFP Board Hire Camarda Litigator as General Counsel?
The departure from the CFP Board of Michael Shaw and the hiring of Leo Rydzewski as the Board's first general counsel sends some dispiriting messages.
CFP Board Names Camarda Case Lawyer as Its General Counsel
Leo Rydzewski hails from Holland & Knight, the law firm representing the Board in its legal battle against the Camardas.
6 Top Tax Changes for 2015
These are the major changes to the Internal Revenue Code taking effect in 2015.
Should CFP Board Settle Camarda Case? My Argument and the Board’s Response
Is it time to settle the case quietly, before it goes to trial? I say yes, but the CFP Board chairman begs to differ.
XY Planning Makes RIA Compliance Package Free for Members
XYPN memberships will now include free full assistance with the initial filings for new RIA firms, as well as ongoing compliance support.
Vanguard’s Robo-Offering: Good for Advice, Bad for Advisors
Expert Michael Kitces weighs in on the pros and cons of the industry giant's latest plans.
CFP Board Calls First Computer-Based Exams a ‘Success’
CFP Board CEO Kevin Keller congratulates those who passed what he called a “very rigorous exam.”
Should the FPA Get Behind the CFP Board, or Go It Alone?
The FPA appears to be at a crossroads in its history, having to decide between two paths for its future.
Kitces, Brown Launch Recruiting Site for Indie Advisors
Advisors Michael Kitces and Caleb Brown have launched JobsFP, a recruiting website for independent financial planners.
The Succession Planning Mirage, and the Alternative
Few advisors have made actual succession plans, but there might be a very good reason for this.