Seventy percent of Americans don't make financial plans beyond a year and that upsets financial advisers, but the overall lack of saving is also unhealthy.
If regulators enact new rules requiring brokers to keep clients' interests foremost, it could save retirement investors a pile of money.
Are you, like most people, stressed about money? Learn why a financial planner can help you fiscal and mental well-being.
Some investors turn to an adviser to try to find the right mutual funds to invest in. But that advice can be expensive. Here's what to watch for.
A competent money manager can be worth many times the cost. Here's how a financial adviser can help you throughout your retirement years.
Whole life insurance can make your portfolio more complete by offering steady balance and also help subsidize retirement planning.
LearnVest asked people to share what they'd do with sudden infusions of cash, and then had a financial adviser analyze their windfall spending plans.
Keeping too close of an eye on the Fed's moves can make some investors believe that today's economic conditions are substantially different from the past.
Dishonest financial advisers cost their clients over $17 billion a year. Here's one economist's plan for putting that money back in your pocket.
Advice on portfolio rebalancing varies depending on whom you ask, but most financial advisers tend to touch on two issues: how often to rebalance and when.
Kathy could be considered a star money pupil, except for one financial fear - a stagnant net worth. Read what her certified financial planner advises.
Just 30 percent of financial planners want clients under 40, but millennials aren't interested in their services, either. Here's why.
There are financial advisers on every corner. How do you know which advisers work in your best interest or potentially profit at your expense?
A rising number of 20-somethings don't have credit cards, and they want a different kind of relationship with financial advisers, too.
Permitting fiduciaries to accept payments from vendors will likely make the proposal ineffective. Consumers will lose, once again.