Financial advisors work countless hours helping clients plan their financial futures. But, unfortunately, too many advisors need help planning their financial futures. Today, only about 18 percent of independent advisors have a well-defined business succession plan that is ready to implement, according to a recent survey.
A traditional advisor/client relationship may exist in your practice today—you meet with your client, provide guidance, answer questions and plan for their future. But, what happens when your clients leave your office?...More
With health care, health insurance and pharmaceutical issuers representing approximately 10% of the high-yield index, our analysts are keeping a close eye on both regulations impacting the sector and the impending U.S. presidential election,...More
In this season of change, cut through interest-rate noise. Get past the chatter and learn how to potentially optimize clients' fixed-income portfolios for income, diversification, flexibility, and tax benefits....More