Small B-Ds act big and big firms act small, reshaping the industry.
Planners who specialize and maintain that focus help themselves and their clients.
How can we keep planners from straying from difficult, not especially lucrative planning work to an easier business model?
Education - formal or informal - will sharpen your staff.
If lawmakers don't act by year- end, the tax rate on dividends could top all developed nations.
A growing link between municipal bond and U.S. stock performance could be very bad if equities fail to rise robustly over the next few years.
Real estate investment trusts should be much more than an optional selection in a balanced investment portfolio.
A new player in the crowded CRM field has some appealing features.
Some trusts can leave survivors feeling shortchanged. But there are potential solutions.
Variable annuity issuers started slowly in 2012, with marketers focusing on developing sustainable models.
The results of our annual FP50 survey illustrate the trends that are reshaping the industry.
To deal with a potential decrease in the federal exemptions on estate and gift taxes, planners have vital issues to review with HNW clients.
After the market meltdown, one CIO-author was forced to devise a new approach to portfolio insurance.
United Capital and LPL plan to serve mass-market investors. Is it a smart move?
Female planners will come together to share best practices on June 12.
Short-dated futures contracts may bring inexperienced investors disappointing returns
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