Investment Advisor-September 2014

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  • A Solution for Gray Divorces

    Olivia Mellan, Sherry Christie

    The escalating divorce rate for people who are 50 and older is taking a toll on today's and tomorrow's retirees.

  • A New Hope

    James J. Green

    In the individual video interviews I conducted with the leaders of the 2014 Broker-Dealers of the Year, I asked what advice theyd give to a college student considering a career in the financial advice field.

  • Responsibilities of a Financial Neutral

    Olivia Mellan, Sherry Christie

    The financial neutral on a collaborative divorce team works very closely with the divorcing couple and the team members to bring clarity and understanding to the family's finances with the goal of helping the couple achieve a mutually agreeable settlement that works for the family []

  • What Do ETFs Really Cost?

    Noah Hamman

    There are significant misconceptions that exist about the total expense ratio of ETFs, including among some people considered ETF experts.

  • SEC Is Getting Into the Weeds

    Thomas D. Giachetti

    Im on another flight as I type this, on my way to prepare another firm for its visit from the grim reaper (aka, the SEC).

  • Investing in Yourself

    Angie Herbers

    Without a good business foundation, it's very difficult to make smaller changes work successfully.

  • Advisors’ Human Capital Disaster

    Jon Henschen

    Three overlooked trends are already playing out with the potential to make the advisory industry's talent shortage a catastrophe, recruiter Jon Henschen writes.

  • Investor Behavior by the Book

    Bob Clark

    As you might imagine, people send me more books to review than I can possibly read. But "Investor Behavior" piqued my interest.

  • What's Next for the Fiduciary Standard?

    Melanie Waddell

    While the industry awaits a decision by the SEC on whether it will move forward with a uniform fiduciary rule for brokers and advisors, fiduciary advocates will engage this month in a debate about the importance of the two fiduciary rulemakings being considered by the SEC and the DOL.

  • How, and Why, to Raise Your Fees

    Mark Tibergien

    Many advisors, oriented more toward helping people than making profits, hesitate to raise fees. But does your pricing represent your value?

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