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Student Loan Debt Relief: Recent Changes Advisors Should Know

ThinkAdvisor
Feb 22, 2021

Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, new regulations have given students and former students much-needed relief from their loans—but this reprieve won’t last forever, and comes with some strings attached.

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How to Help Clients Maximize Social Security Benefits

ThinkAdvisor
Feb 21, 2021

With Social Security benefits becoming an ever more crucial part of retirement planning, advisors and clients need to work together to ensure those benefits are maximized to their fullest potential.

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Running Out of Money is the No. 1 Retirement Fear — Annuities Could Help

MarketWatch
Feb 20, 2021

The thing most older individuals at or nearing retirement age worry about is not having enough money to make it through their later years comfortably.

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States Implement Best-Interest Standard for Annuity Sales

Annuity.org
Feb 18, 2021

Many states are updating their regulations on financial products to encourage professionals in the industry to take the best interests of their clients into account when offering them advice.

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RICP® vs CFP® and CLU®

Feb 18, 2021

Money is the invisible force that shapes our lives. If you’d like to become a certified financial professional and help people manage their money, you could make a big difference in the lives of your clients.

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Up Your Game: How The WMCP® Credential is Helping Lee Williams Succeed

Feb 15, 2021

Nearly a straight shot 69 miles northwest of his hometown of Alexander City, Alabama, sits the home office of Nowlin and Associates, where Lee Williams, WMCP®, and the team spend their days monitoring how financial markets impact clients' goals-based plans.

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Military Officers Association: How to Make the Most Out of Your Thrift Savings Plan

Advisor News
Feb 13, 2021

The Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) has long been an important tool for military personnel and veterans to prepare for life after the military.

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All the Ways Older People Mismanage Their Money — and How to Avoid Them

MarketWatch
Feb 12, 2021

While financial knowledge has been shown to fall off for those between 18 and 34 years old, an even greater gap could exist for those at or nearing retirement age.

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“Her Success Matters” Episode 30: Hilary Fiorella, Executive Director, The American College Center for Women in Financial Services

InvestmentNews
Feb 11, 2021

The College’s Center for Women in Financial Services is dedicated to enhancing opportunities and professional training for women in the workplace, as well as more broadly in financial knowledge, retirement literacy, a

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The American College Names Leader Focused on Empowering Black Community

ThinkAdvisor
Feb 11, 2021

Recent studies show the financial services industry has issues to address when it comes to diversity: one specifically focused on wealth management says Black advisors make up only 3% of financial professionals, despite accounting for over 14% of the population.

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