Magazine Issue Year 2018

Advisors are overwhelmed by options. Wary of expensive solutions that don’t do what’s promised, firms risk falling behind. Our annual Tech Survey can help.
December 7
Amid the war in Vietnam and turmoil at home, seven companies planted the seeds of what became the nation’s leading independent broker-dealers. Fifty years later, has their success actually compromised their future?
October 31
Here’s what HBCUs can teach us about the future of financial planning
October 1
The financial planning industry tackles diversity
September 20
Planners admit they don’t always follow the strategies they give clients
September 11
Small advisory firms have been slow to offer family leave benefits. Planners like Douglas Boneparth want change to happen faster.
August 2
Clients are reluctant to talk about aging and illness but these topics can't be ignored, especially as the cost of long-term care climbs
June 26
Compensation is rising, as are firms' efforts to make work more enjoyable, says Cecilia Williams of Halbert Hargrove
March 23