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Ed Slott, The American College of Financial Services Launch IRA Planning Course for Advisors

ThinkAdvisor
Apr 08, 2021

Together with Ed Slott and Company and Professor of Practice Ed Slott, The College has launched a new program offering,

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2021 Retirement Drawdown Strategies For Low-Income Retirees

Forbes
Apr 07, 2021

With the current shifts in the economic environment for those at or nearing retirement, clients may be wondering how best to leverage their assets or to draw down their savings. The truth is that the best advice may change based on how much income clients have to work with.

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The American College of Financial Services Adds Ed Slott IRA Success Curriculum

Financial Advisor
Apr 07, 2021

The American College of Financial Services, in partnership with Ed Slott and Company, recently launched a new educational offering, Ed Slott and Company’s IRA Success.

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WHITE PAPER: The Rise and Fall of GameStop

Apr 07, 2021

GameStop (GME) rose explosively in early 2021 – at its close on January 27, GME was up over 1,900% from its January 4 level. Shortly after it headed to the moon, however, the share came crashing back down to earth, burning many small investors as it fell.

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Black America's Financial Wellness: Deconstructing the Variables for Differing Populations

Life and Health Advisor
Apr 06, 2021

In the past year, many in America from the average citizen to those in corporate boardrooms or offices have become much more familiar with the plight of Black Americans and the systemic issues of racial and wealth inequality they face when trying to make a living and get ahead.

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How Recent College Grads Facing a Tough Job Market Can Handle Their Student Loans

Fox Business
Apr 05, 2021

Many students graduating from college in 2021 are facing the unenviable task of paying back their student loans in one of the most difficult economic environments in decades. However, financial services experts say there are some current options that could ease their burden.

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Outdated Rules Are Stifling Growth in Annuity Sales, Critics Say

Life Annuity Specialist
Apr 05, 2021

According to some in financial services, certain products and services in retirement planning are still failing to get much traction mainly because of old, outdated oversight rules that need revising in the modern day.

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Ed Slott, CPA

5 Questions with Ed Slott, CPA

Apr 05, 2021

Ed Slott, CPA, America’s IRA Expert, was named Professor of Practice at The American College of Financial Services in January 2021.

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Institutions Partner To Close Gap In Minority Financial Literacy

Financial Advisor
Apr 01, 2021

As part of its ongoing commitment to increasing diversity in the financial services industry and reaching out to Black communities as well as other underserved groups, The American College of Financial Services is proud to partner with the Society for Financial Education and Professional Developm

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Planning & The New Demographics of Gender: Opportunities for a Knowledgeable Women’s Market

Life and Health Advisor
Apr 01, 2021

Women are rapidly growing their involvement in financial planning for themselves and their families, but this increase in participation also foreshadows a greater need for sound financial advice.

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