How to Help Clients With Dementia Talking about dementia is one of the hardest conversations advisors will ever have with their clients, says David Gutzke, a wealth management advisor for U.S. Bank. Listen to some of his tips for helping clients and their families with this difficult issue.
Bob Kerrey, a former U.S. Senator and governor of Nebraska, says that people who have Social Security as their only source of income need more help: Plus, cheap oil prices won't cause your 401(k) to crash. more »
New legislation is needed that would include provisions to curb number of fund beneficiaries and enable more of them to return to work; Plus, Calpers not cutting its private equity allocations, but is reducing the managers it works with. more »
The additional revenue from President Obama's expected proposed tax increase would be used to fund programs to assist the middle-class; Plus, how to help a client who missed employer's matching 401(k) funds. more »
Forty years after it was launched, the IRA has turned into a major retirement vehicle, but it is no longer the same as it was when first introduced in 1974; Plus, three smart ways to maximize your Roth IRA. more »
Democrats seem to have no option left to counter a new legislative rule that would block fund reallocation to the Social Security Disability Trust Fund next year; Plus, how to undo a Roth IRA contribution. more »
Increasing the amount would be an added incentive to many people such as workers whose employers do not have a retirement plan; Plus, how new 401(k) contribution limits could help supercharge retirement savings. more »