Financial Planning and the Foundation for Financial Planning recognize life-changing volunteerism with the 2nd annual Pro Bono Planners of the Year Awards.
The ranks of the under-30 generation of planners are swelling - and they're ready to make an impact.
End-of-life issues are never more relevant than when you're actually facing them. Whether it's a client or your own family member, proceed with care.
It's how I usually figure out the next big trend in the planning profession.
A key challenge often is not creating a strategy for a firm, but getting employees to buy in.
Some Americans are giving up their passports to save on taxes.
Without heavy volatility or high correlation, a broad-basket commodity fund can boost a balanced portfolio.
Experts disagree about whether the economy is in an inflationary cycle, but advisors can offer clients ways to brace for it.
Insights gained at humble jobs long ago have helped some planners shape their messages to clients.
An underrated idea for improving your practice: Join a study group.
Don't let short-term needs displace your long-term strategy.
Former engineer Lesley Brey creates a planner's paradise for herself.
Planners should ensure stay-at-home parents have sufficient insurance and are saving enough for retirement.
When clients divorce, planners must tread lightly to avoid taking sides.
Avoiding the debt and banking crisis in Europe and a slowdown in growth in emerging markets, mutual fund investors did better by focusing on the U.S.
FP's Pro Bono Planners of the Year Awards celebrate the idea that planning is worth sharing.
Software continues to evolve to help advisors create detailed analyses of money managers' patterns of returns.
To help protect assets and reduce taxes, consider family limited partnerships and family limited liability companies.
Its managers acknowledge the trouble in Europe, yet MFS International Value Fund has a large stake in companies on the Continent.
Will cut-rate advisor platforms for mass-affluent customers pose a threat to RIAs?
Focus will be on building networks and boosting skills.
Emerging markets look strong despite slow growth in the U.S. and trouble in Europe.
A planner offers tools for coping with a paralyzing loss.
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