With same-sex marriage legal in all 50 states, LGBT couples should look at financial issues such as estate planning and employer benefits.» Read More
The Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage, but gay couples still have a host of financial issues, new and old, to consider.
FINRA took disciplinary actions against several financial services firms and individuals in June 2015. See who made the list.
Fee-only vs. fee-based, hybrid vs. dually registered. CNBC makes sense of confusing financial advisor professional designations.
Older workers pondering a midlife career change should ask themselves some serious questions before giving up that existing paycheck.
A good dose of volatility gives advisors a chance to prove their worth by providing nervous investors a number of planning alternatives.
Sharon Epperson discusses financial advisor pay and fiduciary vs. suitability standards with three CNBC Financial Advisor Council members.
Self-employed people pondering eventual retirement have lots of savings options—but they'll be planning largely on their own.
Due to longer lives and higher health costs, more boomers are earmarking their estates for their own use rather than willing them to heirs.
A new study shows more financial advisors are getting on the passive-investing bandwagon, favoring ETFs over mutual fund investments.
Federal officials just identified four cancer charities as scams. Financial advisors say it's important to vet charities before you donate.
Mind maps are transforming the way advisors communicate with clients, resulting in significant time savings and increased revenue.
Reverse mortgages can help turn home equity into needed cash but carries risks, depending on homeowners' health and financial stability.
The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority disciplined several financial services firms and individuals in May 2015.
Common mistakes many Americans make in retirement planning include pulling money out of bear markets and not spending wisely once retired.
Classic retirement calculators don't factor in important variables such as spousal Social Security and where investors plan to retire.
This year's NFL draft will mint scores of new millionaires, but many who get rich quick lose it just as fast. Here are 8 tips to stay rich.
We all dream of what we'll do in retirement, but many people about to retire, no matter their finances, fear they're not prepared emotionally.
Due to a longer life expectancy, Americans need more retirement income than past generations. Here are four ways to fortify your nest egg.
A new study finds that while most Americans think their finances need improvement, more than a third still do nothing about it.
Advisors are fielding more client calls than ever as markets soar, the Fed ponders a rate rise and health costs continue to escalate.
With same-sex marriage legal in all 50 states, LGBT couples must look at financial issues such as estate planning.
Advisor Richard Coppa says investors should weigh the risks and rewards of alternatives before allocating funds.
Many say the current regime for examining the some 11,500 registered investment advisors in the U.S. is inadequate.
CNBC's ninth annual study measures all 50 states on more than 60 different metrics.
Trailblazers leveraging the power of technology and innovation to grow their business—and disrupt the competition.
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