Democrats Float Bill for Free Community College
The bill, based on an Obama proposal, is intended to save students an average $3,800 in tuition and fees annually.
Advisors Who Serve(d) Tell Their Stories: Fourth of July, 2015
In the second part of our latest slideshow honoring advisors who served in the armed forces, we present 17 veterans deserving recognition.
Using a Stock Swap to Maximize Clients’ Compensation
In the current market, executives who receive company equity are seeking ways to maximize their wealth in a tax-efficient manner.
12 Countries With Most Millionaires 2015: World Wealth Report
A peek at where the wealthy live through Capgemini and RBC Wealth Management's annual report on HNWIs.
Sustainable Investing: No Longer a Backwater
The great majority of investors want their money to have a positive social impact, but advisors lag in meeting that need.
Does Gay Marriage Ruling End a Financial Planning Niche?
The workarounds that advisors in many states created to provide same-sex couples with legal benefits now must be unwound.
Has Deborah Fox Cracked the Millennial Code?
The Fox Financial Planning Network CEO says she offers a solution to how independent advisors can retain client assets from one generation to the next.
5 Ways to Cement Relationships With Client Couples
When only 16% of advisors to couples know the wife's expected retirement age, as a TIAA-CREF survey found, it's no wonder widows often fire them.
5 Timeless Financial Lessons for Father’s Day
It wasn’t your first bike or baseball glove, but Dad’s nontangible gifts that did the most to get you to where you are today.
Home Security Cameras: ‘Gotcha Cams’ Deter or Detect Crimes, at a Cost
The market for “pinhole” video cameras is booming, but high-net-worth families should know the disconcerting legal consequences for their improper use.