One of the most challenging conversations for a financial advisor to have is getting a married couple to agree on a financial plan. Husband and wife may have very different views on risk, as well as spending and saving priorities.
One of the most challenging conversations for a financial advisor is getting a married couple to agree on a financial plan. Husband and wife may have very different views on risk, as well as spending and saving priorities.
After pulling through the financial crisis, smaller family offices in particular are taking a hard look at their future. And they are realizing that while they may not want to, nor have to, close up
shop, they also may not be able to thrive in a challenging environment of uncertain markets and more complicated regulations—unless they change something about the way they operate.
Today, more than 100 million Americans are members of a credit union. Yet surprisingly, 97% of these members don't have an established advisor relationship through their credit union. And the only thing standing between you and this sea of potential clients may be your broker/dealer....More
A new era of health care innovation looms on the horizon. Andy Acker, Portfolio Manager of the Janus Global Life Sciences Fund, explains why he still sees considerable growth potential ahead for the health care sector, even after a strong three-year run....More
Obergefell v. Hodges is a consolidated Supreme Court case involving same-sex couples, some of whom sought marriage licenses in Michigan and Kentucky despite state laws restricting marriages in the state to opposite sex couples...More
Less than half of next gen advisors have a high degree of confidence in their team leader's ability. The next generation advisor wants to be more engaged, believes they have more to add but struggles to find the best way to contribute to their wealth management team....More