Lili's Money Saving Year End Tax Tips
Lili Ringing the Bell at the New York Stock Exchange attending the FT Investment Management… Read More
Divorce is a time of great emotion, transition, and planning. Your client may be the initiator of the divorce or the party who is on the receiving end of notice - but either way, the financial union is soon to be over, and your client will need expert financial guidance. Most likely, you will need to provide advice, either… Read More
Marital secrets, forged signatures and warring spouses - molehills, not Madoff, plague most financial advisors.
By: Elizabeth Alterman
Published on CNBC.com http://www.cnbc.com/id/46797194/page/2/ on May 7, 2012
If you think providing for your children after divorce is basically about diapers, dentistry, and diplomas, you're in for a life of surprises.
Whether you’re supporting preschoolers or those who have returned home after college, experts say preparing… Read More
|April 24, 2012
By Karen DeMasters
Each financial advisor who manages mutual funds for his clients has a favorite or two that fulfills a specific goal in their clients' portfolios. Financial Advisormagazine recently asked several advisors to reveal their favorites. The advisors, who report they are satisfied with the expenses compared to the returns, have been using some of the… Read More
Original Article on https://retirementplans.vanguard.com/VGApp/pe/pubnews/DivorcedWomen.jsf The divorce proceedings may be over and the papers signed. But for many, divorce brings a new challenge: Figuring out how to handle the financial decisions—on everything from budgeting to investing—that may have been handled before by their spouse. What steps should the newly divorced take to get a grip on their new financial situation? To find out… Read More
Thursday, March 29, 2012 at 12:40 PM
posted by April Daniels Hussar on http://www.self.com/health/blogs/healthyself/2012/03/new-york-citys-first-divorce-e.html
First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes ... well, sometimes the happy ending you had in mind doesn't quite work out. But that doesn't mean there isn't life after divorce, or that it can't be a step to another, truly happy ending.
This weekend in New York,… Read More
Attorneys often split contracts in divorce settlements, unaware of the potentially costly impact
By Darla MercadoMarch 18, 2012 When a client came to his office bearing her new divorce decree, adviser Dale Russell became the bearer of bad news. During the divorce proceedings, the couple's lawyers decided that their chief financial asset, a $500,000 variable annuity inside one of their individual retirement… Read More