Preparing clients for life’s unexpected moments
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ENVESTAT: 2016 Year-in-Review
Powerful insights, trends, and predictions about investor behavior and advisory practices.
An Industry Transformed
The wealth management industry is changing. To keep pace, advisors need to understand client needs in greater detail and demonstrate their value proposition. Learn more.
Leveraging Advanced Technology
Is your practice ready for the future? Learn more about the benefits of integrated technology.
Enhancing Advisor Value
In a shifting advisory services landscape, advisors must continually demonstrate their worth to clients. Learn how leveraging an integrated technology platform can address the five key components of an advisor’s value proposition.
Market and Consumer Forces Reshaping the Delivery of Advice
Despite regulatory uncertainty, there are massive market and consumer forces that are reshaping the way advice will be delivered in the near future. Beyond the implications of a Trump Presidency, the industry faces a crucial crossroad.
Entrepreneurs Hope for a Sweet Retirement
Sara and Corey went all in financially to start Little Bird Chocolates. But even as their business booms, they need to start thinking about retirement. Watch their story.
Divorced and Traveling Solo Into Retirement
Julissa, a 46-year-old dance instructor and flight attendant, is going it alone in facing new financial challenges. How will she cope with uncertainty about retirement income? Watch her story.
Leaving a Legacy While Helping Secure Their Retirement
Joanne & Frank spent a lifetime growing their garden center. How do they balance their retirement income needs with being fair in leaving a legacy to each of their three children? Watch their story.
A Teacher Learns a Lesson About Planning for Retirement
Troy, a professor who has spent his life helping others, now finds himself needing to catch up planning for his own retirement. What’s a teacher to do?