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Many of us know that having an active presence on social media is critical for our brands and businesses to remain competitive and relevant. It is equally as important to stay current on what it means to be relevant. For some time now, brands and businesses have focused...

source: By Andrea Fischetti
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Cybersecurity is a constant threat, and considering how attractive a target a financial firm is, especially if they serve high-net-worth clients, advisers should be prepared for the worst. Kimberly Foss, founder of Empyrion Wealth Management based in Roseville, California,...

source: ThinkAdvisor

If you don't have a traditional pension through your job and haven't been saving a significant amount in a 401(k) or individual retirement account, Social Security is likely to be your largest source of retirement income. Almost all retirees (86 percent) receive Social Security...

source: U.S. News & World Report

The recession officially ended 5 years ago, and since 2009 the wealthiest one percent of Americans have captured 95 percent of the post-financial crisis growth, says WalletHub. And according to the U.S. Census Bureau, the number of new millionaire households increased by...

source: Financial Advisor

When the market gets volatile, Mark DiGiovanni tells his clients to turn off the television and Internet and go work in the garden. That's just one of a number of ways advisers tell their clients to deal with a market that is jumping up and down; for many advisers, however,...

source: Financial Advisor

One of the most common concerns clients don't think to ask their financial advisers about is how best to transfer their wealth to the next generation. However, in many cases, clients are unaware about how their estate will be taxed and what financial tools are most efficient...

source: LifeHealthPro

Rising student loan debt may be hampering young people's ability to buy homes or even move out of their parents' basements. But that does not mean student loan borrowers always should be in a hurry to pay off this debt. In fact, young borrowers could wind up poorer in the...

source: Reuters via WealthManagement.com


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