Now You Can Get Married, Gay or Not. Here’s What You Gain — and Lose
Now that same-sex marriage is legal nationwide, gay couples, and anybody else thinking about marrying, also bear some often-overlooked costs and responsibilities.
Gay Marriage Ruling Puts Some Health Benefits at Risk
The landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision being cheered as a step toward equality is also poised to carry unintended consequences.
Supreme Court’s Obamacare Ruling Leaves GOP Few Options
Even if the Republican-led House and Senate were able to pass legislation repealing the health care law, Obama would veto it.
Madoff Trustee’s High Court Rebuff May Cut Victim Recoveries
The Supreme Court denied to hear a case involving money that went to some of Madoff's clients more than two years before his scam collapsed.
The Age of Financial Secrecy Is Ending
Transparency is here, like it or not. Forward-thinking adaptation that takes advantage of the new reality is the key to survival.
Bracing for the Next Wave of 401(k) Lawsuits
The 10 largest class-action settlements of ERISA claims topped $1.3 billion in 2014, almost 10 times the sum of the biggest settlements in 2013.
Ameriprise Agrees to $27.5M 401(k) Settlement
The broker-dealer was accused of charging its employees high fees and using expensive proprietary funds.
New Hire Roundup: Morningstar Names HelloWallet Founder Head of Innovation
Meanwhile, Merrill adds a former UBS team in Texas.
Make the DOL Fiduciary Headlines Work for Your Retirement Practice
Advisors can use the current media focus on fiduciary standards and retirement planning to fuel their growth.
King vs. Burwell: 5 Patches for PPACA if Court Cuts Subsidies
If the Supreme Court kills federal exchange subsidies, what happens on July 1?