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Despite major pushback on various proposed regulations, the chair said he is focused on "getting it right."
The year-on-year change in the consumer price index, a key measure of inflation, declined last month. So why did stocks nose-dive?
The proposal comes as regulators say they've seen a fourfold increase in suspicious activity tied to RIAs.
The eliminations will affect the firm's largest segment — which new CEO Ted Pick says is still the engine of the firm.
Leaving Washington state, which in 2022 introduced a 7% tax on capital gains, could have saved Bezos $288 million in taxes after he unloaded $4 billion of Amazon.com stock in the past week.
From not saving enough for retirement to racking up too much credit card debt, here's what Americans wish they hadn't done with their money last year.
Financial advisors are under pressure to provide guidance on more than just money while trying to maintain client relationships.
The IRS wants to help businesses know when they don't qualify for an Employee Retention Credit.
With so many compliance systems on the market, regulators are likely to look askance at firms that don't embrace them.
Passive funds reached a long-anticipated milestone that no one would suggest will reverse anytime soon. But these managers argue expertise has enduring appeal.
The Washington National Tax Office of Grant Thornton points out the most important state and local tax developments to keep an eye out for.
The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network Tuesday proposed a rule to include investment advisors in the compliance regime under the Bank Secrecy Act, aiming to close regulatory gaps exploited by criminals.
The largest independent brokerage will move 2,400 financial advisors from seven brokerages onto its platform during a lengthy conversion stretching into 2025.
Pivoting from "this company will always be mine" to "I need to find a partner who can help me maintain continuity" is a necessary mindset shift for advisors making continuity plans.
The move brings the 28-year industry veteran from a firm where independent planners make up less than 5% of the advisory headcount to one where they are the majority.
Bill Harris, the former CEO of Personal Capital, TurboTax and PayPal published a new edition of his "Investment Tax Guide" with the future of the industry in mind.
Corporations will be the beneficiaries of a reduction in the top marginal rate in all six states.
The latest group of firms to be dinged for "off-channel" communications shows encrypted messages remain a source of concern for regulators.
The market-making firm warns of costs and intrusions into investors' privacy.
Understanding new retirement regulations and utilizing technology will help your firm grow.
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