A team member's departure can be a blow, but a resilient firm shouldn't be thrown by staffing changes. Here are a few ways to cope.
A new batch of nontraded REITs look eerily like disastrous limited partnerships of the late 1980s and early 1990s.
As you approach the new year, resolve to use some of this new research to run your practice more effectively.
Growing firms may need to rethink processes, tools, relationships and staffing strategies.
A top performer in the large growth category, Thornburg International Growth Fund is hard to pigeonhole.
Muni fund managers are trying a variety of strategies to protect holdings from volatility when the Fed starts to taper.
Vista Wealth Management specializes in working with executives from Silicon Valley, many of whom are young and newly wealthy.
Some planners have found profits - or at least satisfaction - selling assistance or products to their peers.
The landscape is new and far more complex than it was a year ago. That requires some new strategies for clients.
A client seeking long-term care funding may be able to get it by swapping a life insurance policy.
Attracted by high returns and low costs, investors continue to pour dollars into Vanguard and other equity index funds.
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The survey data tells us what's been going on this past year, but it doesn't tell you what's going to happen next year. Here are a few modest technology predictions for 2014.
Many RIA firms are tempted to use new trust companies to avoid losing clients to big banks. Some experts warn against it.
Advisors now have extraordinary tax-advantaged estate plan possibilities for wealthy clients.
Advisors' attitudes improve for the second month in a row.