U.S. Philanthropy Becoming Increasingly ‘Top-Heavy’: Report
Growing inequity in giving poses risks for both charities and the public, according to the Institute for Policy Studies.
Muni Bonds Face Hit From Trump Tax Plan, Unfunded Liabilities
Trump’s plans to reduce tax rates coupled with growing unfunded pension liabilities spell potential problems for the muni market.
Fighting the Big Profit Squeeze
Advisors and their partners are facing an extraordinary margin compression; here's how to fight it.
Fine Jewelry Appreciates in Value — and Risk
For wealthy clients, precious jewelry is primarily an emotional investment, but lately, fine gemstones are being cherished for another reason: skyrocketing value.
Wealthy Investors Show a Trump Bump in Confidence: UBS Poll
UBS polled 1,200 affluent and HNW investors in October then after the election to determine changes in mindset.
Ron Carson Jumping to Cetera From LPL
The potential switch could affect more than $6.5 billion in assets on its RIA platform and other operations.
Capital One to End Commissions in Advised IRAs
The brokerage firm, which has roughly $25 billion of assets, makes the move in response to the DOL fiduciary rule.
Surge in Donor-Advised-Fund Growth Continued in 2015: NPT Report
National Philanthropic Trust predicts continued growth in contributions.
The ‘Big Trump Rethink’ on Economy: HFE Economists
Markets are hoping Trump will be practical and market friendly but don’t know yet if that will be the case, according to economist Carl Weinberg.
Should Students Be Financially Literate Before They Take on College Debt?
Financial literacy courses could help student borrowers avoid delinquency or default, according to the director of GW's financial literacy center.