What Makes an Advisor Blog Great?
Blogging can give a powerful boost to a financial advisor's career—if done right.
Clients Deserve a Clear Choice Between Sales and Advice
There's nothing wrong with commissions as long as the “clients” understand that they are getting “sold” rather than “advised.”
TD Ameritrade’s Schweiss Named Fiduciary of the Year
Past winners include David Tittsworth, W. Scott Simon, Ron Rhoades and Eugene Maloney.
Watchdog Slams Sen. Johnson for DOL Fiduciary Comments
Committee for the Fiduciary Standard says senator’s charge that a DOL rule requiring fiduciary advice on retirement would hurt ordinary Americans is “just not true.”
A Simple Solution: Let's Call an Advisor an Adviser
Over the past year or so, many advisor industry observers have become disillusioned about the SEC's chances of complying with its Dodd-Frank mandate to create a fiduciary standard for brokers that's “no less stringent” than the 1940 Act.
Why Aren’t CFPs Always Subject to a Fiduciary Standard?
The CFP Board's rules on the matter are hard to discern, owing in no small part to essential details appearing separately in three different places.
Have the CFP Board’s Recent Punishments Fit the Crimes?
First, do no harm. Was harm done in the cases of Ron Rhoades, “fee-only” wirehouse brokers and the Camardas?
The Search for Better 401(k) Advice
The 401(k) system was never really constructed to provide the best retirement savings platform for individuals. But fixing it is a formidable task.
IAA’s Tittsworth Receives Fiduciary of the Year Award
“We are fortunate to have David on our side in the debate,” said Ron Rhoades, chairman of the Committee for the Fiduciary Standard.
White, Borzi and Legislators Focus on Fiduciary
Less than a month apart, the women behind the crafting of fiduciary rulemakings at the Department of Labor and the Securities and Exchange Commission made some definitive comments about their respective proposals.