Saturday, 22 April 2017

10 Ways to Get Free Money from the Government

If you look around, there are plenty of government-sponsored programs where the government gives away free money. These are programs that cover a variety of needs – health insurance for low-income families, senior citizens and single mothers. There are even rehabilitation programs that came to be after major natural disasters. Here are a few government... Continue... The post 10 Ways to Get Free Money from the Government appeared first on MoneyPantry.com.
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Friday, 21 April 2017

Raymond James To Buy UMB Units

Raymond James agreed to buy two investment businesses from UMB Financial Corp. for $172.5 million, adding about $27 billion in assets under management (AUM). Scout Investments and Reams Asset Management will become wholly owned subsidiaries of Raymond James’s Carillon Tower Advisers, the St. Petersburg, Florida-based company said Thursday in a statement. Reams is a fixed-income


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What We Know About Prince’s Estate One Year After His Death

When Prince died on April 21, 2016, he left behind a purple ocean’s worth of questions. From the cause of his death and whether criminal charges might be filed to the fate of his unreleased recordings and the estate for which he left no will, the past year has provided as many new questions as


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Deutsche Bank: First Bank Busted For Breaking Volcker Rule

Deutsche Bank was hit with the Fed’s first major fine for failing to ensure traders abide by the Volcker Rule’s ban on risky market bets — and will also pay more for allowing currency desks chat online with competitors, allegedly revealing positions. The simultaneous sanctions, totaling about $157 million, fault lax oversight of traders that persisted into last


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Why Many Financial Advisors Use Someone Else To Manage Their Own Money

When Pamela Capalad told her husband she wanted to hire a financial advisor, he was a bit confused. After all, she’s one herself. Yes, Capalad — a financial planner in Brooklyn — can technically manage her family’s finances: She’s a CFP, founded her firm Brunch & Budget, and has years of experience. But she also


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Why Many Financial Advisors Aren’t Worried About Posting Anti-Trump Opinions

Financial planners aren’t necessarily known for discussing politics — or any other third-rail issues, for that matter — in private or public, Marketwatch writes. “When I was brought up, we were taught not to discuss politics in polite company,” said Roger Wohlner, a financial advisor and blogger. But then came the Age of Trump. Now


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Marketing: How Leading Financial Advisors Generate Affluent Client Referrals

Ed. Note: This article first appeared in Forbes Nearly all financial advisors are looking to grow their practices by cultivating the wealthy. There are a number of ways they can effectively bring in new affluent investor clients with referrals topping the list. One kind of referrals entails current wealthy clients referring their family, friends, and peers.


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