Yellen Says She’ll Leave Fed Once Powell Sworn in as Chair
Yellen, 71, has served one term as leader of the central bank; move resolves question about whether she’d stay as governor.
12 Best Small Cities for Successful Aging: 2017
Milken ranked 381 metropolitan areas for elderly adults using metrics not for a relaxing retirement but for an active one.
Top 20 Nonprofits That Ruled Fundraising in 2016
Philanthropy 400 charities raised $109 billion last year, as some nonprofits gained big because of President Trump’s criticisms.
Why the World’s Largest Wealth Manager Is Shunning Bitcoin
UBS is avoiding bitcoin for several reseasons including lack of government oversight and small market size.
How the House and Senate Tax Bills Would Raise College Costs
The House bill contains many more provisions than the Senate bill that would affect students, their families and colleges.
3 Ex-TD Ameritrade Execs Pump Cash Into TAMP Firm
Investor Bryce Engel comes on board to lead Fusion Capital, while Asiff Hirji and Wayne Ferbert will join the board.
If Wynonna Judd Needed Financial Therapy, Maybe Your Clients Do Too
Rick Kahler, CFP, tells ThinkAdvisor how advisors can offer financial therapy and how he helped save the country star from the brink of bankruptcy.
Wall Street Has New MiFID Migraine, Now in Futures Market
Banks are seeking CFTC relief from added regulatory burdens; futures brokers are concerned that compliance could add costs.
World’s Biggest Wealth Fund Wants Out of Oil and Gas
The plan would entail the fund, which controls about 1.5% of global stocks, dumping as much as $40 billion of shares.
Creating a Special Needs Plan for Social Security, ABLE Accounts
Recent data shows one in five individuals will face the need for special needs financial planning, but it’s often overlooked by advisors.