July 22, 2017

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Retirement planning for women calls for creative strategies

Women average longer lifespans and lower savings that present unique challenges when planning for retirement.

Executive women aren't getting advice they need

More American women than ever have advanced to the top of the corporate ladder, becoming an increasingly influential and affluent demographic. A Newsweek report estimated their spending power to be greater than the entirety of Japan's economy. The Boston Consulting Group indicates that wealth...

Editorial Algorithms key to gauging robo-advisers' fiduciary statuses

Regulators must learn new techniques and skills to examine robo-advisers for their adherence to the fiduciary standard.

On Advice DOL regulation translates into pay cut for some advisers

Reduction in compensation begs question of whether rule is being twisted to bolster broker-dealers' bottom lines.

Mary Beth Franklin How Social Security treats the survivors of young workers

Eligibility rules are more lenient for the survivors of young workers because of their brief careers.

Understanding algorithms is key to gauging robo fiduciary status

Regulators must learn new techniques and skills to examine robo-advisers for their adherence to the fiduciary standard.