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SEC works on rule requiring practice transition plans
The regulator wants advisers to develop continuity plans to avoid major disruptions to clients and markets.
Fidelity Institutional weighs own robo offering
Months after teaming with Betterment, Fidelity has added LearnVest to its platform, and may even one day launch its own automated advice platform.
Don't underestimate the potential impact of Tony Robbins on the financial advice arena
Tony Robbins might be one of the few people with the intelligence, experience, empathy, drive and powers of persuasion to move the advice industry forward. Related: Tony Robbins wants to be the new voice for independent advisers
GOP Senate win gives it the clout to change Obamacare
With Republicans leading the House and Senate next year, the possibility of some reforms to the Affordable Care Act are possible. The rules around the employer mandate seem to be those most likely to find compromise within the Congress and at the White House.
Look for the next-gen candidate who interviews you: Expert
Look for the next-gen candidate who interviews you: Expert Young advisers need to demonstrate 'fire in the belly' Nov 7, 2014 @ 2:56 pm By Liz Skinner + Zoom "The students that do the best are likable and coachable, and they have a passion in their belly for this work." - Derek Klock, associate
Transition from a practice to a business
Commonwealth Financial Network's managing principal of practice management provides practical guidelines to help you embrace the role of CEO in your business.
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How advisers are guiding clients through critical crossroads
How advisers are guiding clients through critical crossroads Advisers forced to go beyond numbers when faced with client concerns and worries Nov 2, 2014 @ 12:01 am By InvestmentNews Staff For the third of a series of special reports on the Crossroads the financial advice business is facing, we
Forget the empty nest, parents now fear the costs of a full one
Pre-retirees whose kids are moving back home after college — or after failed careers or marriages — are spending so much on their adult children that some are risking their own financial futures.
Scars from past downturns resurface
Investing during periods of heightened market volatility is one thing, but dealing with investor emotions is another thing altogether.
FPA, CFP Board deny urge to merge
Financial Planning Association officials say they, in fact, stand up to CFP Board, and that both organizations serve different missions.
Yes, you need a brand. You really do.
Your personal brand should differentiate you in your firm or in the marketplace and position you as an expert.
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Big 3 business catastrophes: How to cope with a shock to the system
We can all be blindsided by scary surprises, which aren't usually conveniently aligned with what we prepare for. But we can be.
Robo-advisers say they aren't worried about Schwab
Robo-advisers say they aren't worried about Schwab's new entrant but one market analyst isn't so sure the young industry can hold up against the giant household name.
Mariner Holdings on hiring spree
Parent of RIA Mariner Wealth Advisors wants to hire up to 160 employees over the next six months.
Concierge services are not just for hotels
How advisers can build stronger business relationships by making prospects and clients feel like they are the most important people in the world.
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