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.
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.
Many U.S. households are not adequately prepared for retirement, according to a new report from the Federal Reserve that found 31% of non-retired respondents indicating they have no retirement savings or pension, including 19% of those ages 55 to 64. more »
While the wealth of American households has jumped more than $25 trillion since early 2009 amid rising equity and home prices, the pass-through to consumer spending is lagging, new research shows. more »
Mass-affluent investors in their 40s with $100,000 to $500,000 in investable assets constitute an especially promising target group for bank advisors even with direct providers nipping at their heels. more »