The new report defines knowledge and skills required of professional wealth management practitioners and serves as a blueprint for teams and firms to deliver competent, ethical advisory services to the public.
Delaware Life Marketing’s Val Sender, Associate Director, and Jeng Chiu, Vice President of National Sales Consulting, answer the most common questions they receive from financial advisors and address the most common Social Security myths. Important Disclosures (delawarelife.com).
Based on capital market assumptions with lower returns to growth-sensitive assets over the next decade, pension plans are less likely to outperform their assumed returns and also may experience significant downturns.
Women’s roles in wealthy families are changing. Women are accelerating their ascension to positions of power and influence as well as amassing significant wealth.
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Early baby boomers and millennials are ahead of other generations in terms of retirement preparedness, according to panelists at a recent symposium hosted by Wharton’s Pension Research Council.
This article focuses on a simplified problem for a risk-averse retiree seeking to maximize utility associated with annual spending and a remaining value at the end of the problem horizon.
Successful advisor transition requires the right people, detailed strategic planning, practical execution on an appropriate timeline, as well as proactive communication and accountability.
Longevity uncertainty can be reduced but not eliminated. Advisors can help investors accurately understand their life expectancy and its implications for their retirement income planning.
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Herman Brodie, the founding director of Prospecta Limited and author of The Trust Mandate, discusses how investment advisors can build trust with their clients and how investment advisors can address two key behavioral issues of great concern to their retired and soon-to-be-retired clients.
What are the seven figures every advisor should know? Finance professor and influential author Moshe Milevsky breaks down his seven key ideas from historical finance figures and how advisors can apply those to decumulation planning.
Liz Ann Sonders, managing director, chief investment strategist, Charles Schwab & Co., discusses the most important takeaways for advisors and investors in light of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the Fed increasing its benchmark federal-funds rate by a quarter percentage point to a range between 0.25 percent and 0.5 percent.
Hear Sudden Money Institute Founder Susan Bradley share her thoughts on when advisors need to revisit their financial plans for their clients and how to go about giving them a refresh.
As boomers retire and clients live longer, how will advisors respond? Listen to Finance of America’s Steve Resch break down the longevity challenges at the heart of planning issues today.
Robert S. Keebler, CPA/PFS, MST, AEP (Distinguished), a partner with Keebler & Associates, LLP, discusses the reasons why 2022 may be an especially effective year to consider a Roth IRA conversion.
This month’s Washington Insights column examines the recently proposed rules by the Securities and Exchange Commission that would tighten the rules requiring disclosure of environmental, social, and governance factors used in mutual fund names and in Form ADV disclosures by registered investment advisers.
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