Retirement

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  1. Lyon & Turnbull

    Lyon & Turnbull is an international fine arts and antiques auction house established in Edinburgh, Scotland, in 1826. ...
  2. The Top 4 eBay Shareholders (EBAY)

    Learn about the activities, achievements and backgrounds of the four individuals who hold the largest positions in the stock ...
  3. Critical Illness Insurance: What Is It and Who Needs It?

    Critical illness insurance could protect you from financial ruin if you're faced with a health emergency, but its important ...
  4. Reading Between the Lines: Q3 Policy Outlook

    To understand the Trump administration, it’s important to recognize Donald Trump’s two major policy priorities: (1) trade ...
  5. Strategies for Clients in Rising Rates Environment

    Any time there are rising rates it creates risks for investors. Fortunately, there are severa strategies that can help investors ...
  6. The 6 Best Peer-To-Peer Lending Websites (LC)

    A look at some of the most well-known and reputable peer-to-peer lending websites, their business models and successes to ...
  7. What is Square, Inc?

    Find out how Square helps small businesses accept credit cards, track sales and inventory through their mobile point of sale ...
  8. Ignoring Bitcoin Is No Longer an Option for FAs

    It'd be hard to find an investment that’s captivated everyday investors as much as cryptocurrencies. The majority of financial ...
  9. Limited Edition

    A limited edition is a small run of items, such as a print of a master image, meant to create a sense of rarity or exclusivity ...
  10. Fractional Gift

    A fractional gift entails a gradual charitable donation of a work of art in order to receive the maximum a tax break.
  11. The Fundamentals of Financial Plans

    Charles Schwab's Executive Vice President of Investor Relations, Terri Kallsen, shares how a financial plan makes a critical ...
  12. Synthetic Identity Theft

    Synthetic identity theft is a type of fraud in which a criminal combines real (usually stolen) and fake information to create ...
  13. Patrick J. Moore

    Patrick J. Moore became chairman and CEO of Smurfit-Stone Container Corporation in 2002.
  14. Presidential Election Cycle Theory

    The Presidential Election Cycle Theory states that U.S. stock markets are weakest in the year following the election of a ...
  15. The Great Moderation

    The Great Moderation is the name given to the period of decreased macroeconomic volatility experienced in the United States ...
  16. Thomas Malthus

    Thomas Malthus was an 18th-century British philosopher and economist famous for his ideas about population growth.
  17. Jackson Hole Economic Symposium

    The Jackson Hole Economic Symposium, sponsored annually by the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, has been held in Jackson ...
  18. Digital Transaction Management (DTM)

    Digital Transaction Management (DTM) uses computer systems rather than paper to manage business agreements in a way that ...
  19. Baby Boomers Represent Untapped Business Potential

    Millennials are receiving the most attention from financial advisors, but boomers share the same problems, including a need ...
  20. What You Need to Know About Frontier Markets

    In 2014, frontier markets, like Vietnam and the United Arab Emirates, ignited investors' imaginations. Since then, they have ...
  21. Who Are Delta Air Lines’ Main Competitors? (DAL)

    Compare the top competitors of Delta Air Lines, Inc. Take a deeper look into the key drivers of competition in the airline ...
  22. Muriel Siebert

    Muriel Siebert was pioneer for women in the world of finance, well known for being the first woman to own a seat on the New ...
  23. Sotheby's

    Sotheby's is one of the world's largest auction houses and brokers of art, collectibles, jewelry and real estate.
  24. The Government Pension Investment Fund (Japan)

    The Government Pension Investment Fund is the pension fund for Japanese public employees.
  25. Overfunded Pension Plan

    An overfunded pension plan is a company retirement plan that has more assets than liabilities.
  26. Pension Plan Administrator

    A pension plan administrator manages the day-to-day affairs and the strategic decisions involved with a group's pension fund/plan. ...
  27. Registered Pension Plan (RPP)

    A registered pension plan is a form of trust that provides pension benefits for an employee of a company upon retirement.
  28. Canada Pension Plan (CPP)

    The Canada Pension Plan is one of three levels of Canada's retirement income system, which is responsible for paying retirement ...
  29. Pension Risk Transfer

    Pension risk transfer is when a defined benefit pension provider offloads the risk and retirement payment liabilities to ...
  30. Next Target for Lobbyists: SEC Best Interest Rule

    The same interest groups and lobbyists that worked to take down the fiduciary rule are now taking aim at the new SEC's proposed ...
  31. SEO (Search Engine Optimization)

    SEO (Search Engine Optimization) aims to draw the greatest amount of traffic possible to a website by bringing it to the ...
  32. A Couple's Guide to Healthcare Costs in Retirement

    Most health-expense planning is based on the individual, but couples can learn how to enjoy retirement without worrying about ...
  33. How to Live Off Your Dividends

    One way to enhance your retirement income is to invest in dividend paying stocks and mutual funds.
  34. Underfunded Pension Plan

    An underfunded pension plan is a company retirement plan that has more liabilities than assets.
  35. Unfunded Pension Plan

    An unfunded pension plan is an employer-managed retirement plan that uses the employer's current income to fund pension payments ...
  36. Cash Balance Pension Plan

    A cash balance pension plan is when an employer credits a participant's pension account with a set percentage of their yearly ...
  37. Next Generation Fixed Income (NGFI)

    Next generation fixed income, or NGFI, describes a contemporary method of leveraging all factors of return across the spectrum ...
  38. CRM2

    CRM2 refers to rules for Canadian investment dealers and advisors that require greater transparency about the cost and performance ...
  39. Best-Interest Contract Exemption (BICE)

    The best-interest contract exemption (BICE) allowed fiduciaries to be paid in ways that were otherwise prohibited, such as ...
  40. Investment Objective

    An investment objective is a client information form used by asset managers that aids in determining the optimal portfolio ...
  41. Clients Underestimate the Need for Emergency Fund

    Coming up with an emergency savings fund is a crucial for financial planning, but advisors say getting clients to contribute ...
  42. Building Activity Indicators

    Building activity indicators are economic reports that provide insights into demand for residential, commercial and industrial ...
  43. Sticky Deal

    Sticky deal is an issuance of new securities that is met with weak demand because of concerns like economic weakness or problems ...
  44. 6 Big Bank Stocks May Face More Pain Ahead

    Big U.S. bank stocks are down in 2018 while the S&P 500 is up.
  45. Robo Tax Loss Harvesting

    Robo tax-loss harvesting is the automated selling of securities in a portfolio to deliberately incur losses to offset any ...
  46. Commission

    A commission is a service charge assessed by a broker or investment advisor in return for providing investment advice and/or ...
  47. TIAA

    TIAA is a nonprofit organization that provides investment and insurance services for those working in education, medicine, ...
  48. Will A Systematic Withdrawal Plan Work For You?

    Check out the particulars of a systematic withdrawal plan, or SWP, to see if it's the right choice for your retirement.
  49. ASC X9

    ASC X9 was established by the American National Standards Institute to develop, establish, maintain and promote financial ...
  50. Libel

    Libel is publishing a statement about someone in written form or via broadcast that is untrue and would harm the reputation ...
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