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Are your new goals the right goals for you?

For many people, January is the time of year to pursue new goals. As the years go on, this yearly goal-setting becomes routine. Even though you have new goals you're passionate about pursuing, your faith in your ability to accomplish them or your awareness about why you're...

source: By Michelle LaBrosse
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November 15, 2017, at 1:00 pm ET About 44 million borrowers have incurred approximately $1.4 trillion in student loan debt. Advisors who can offer knowledgeable guidance in this area will distinguish themselves from the others and strengthen their advisor-client relationships....

source: FSP Video Teleconference

The reason why many women are more risk averse with investments than men is primarily due to income uncertainty, says Rui Yao, associate professor at the University of Missouri in Columbia, Missouri. "The reason why men and women expect uncertain income is different," she...

source: Plan Adviser

A combination of historically low interest rates, an exceptionally long bull market and memories of the 2008 crash have encouraged some financial advisors to add alternative investments to their clients' portfolios. The alternative investment industry has also made it easier...

source: CNBC

Smart finance leaders are leveraging data to move their organizations forward, but it's time to take it a step further: To gain full advantage of financial data, users throughout the organization must be able to answer questions themselves,...

source: Accounting Today

Recent hurricanes have left many homeowners and businesses with major, unprecedented damage. In addition to the widespread property losses, disasters can have tax and other financial implications. Fortunately, a new law passed on September 29 provides special tax breaks...

source: CPA Practice Advisor

Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen has indicated she will continue to raise interest rates and begin to shrink the balance sheet by buying back Treasuries. Under normal circumstances, this policy should pressure commodity prices downward. Yet that's not happening.

source: Bloomberg via Wealth Management

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