Should All Investment Advice Be Subject to the Fiduciary Standard?

April 15, 2014 – Claiming harm to investors by  “gaps in the rules governing investment advice”, CFP Board joined other advocacy groups in a letter urging the SEC to “apply the appropriate regulatory standard” to … [Read More...]


Bipartisan Solutions for America’s Broken Tax Code

Congressman Dave Camp (R-MI), Chairman of the powerful Ways and Means Committee, recently released draft legislation dubbed The Tax Reform Act of 2014 (TRA 2014). TRA 2014 aims at job growth, a simpler and fairer tax code, … [Read More...]


Time is Running Out! Which Exam is Best for You, July or November?

If you’re part of the rush to defer taking the exam until the November computer-based testing (CBT) format begins, take these often overlooked factors into account. This is the first time the CBT will be offered to … [Read More...]


Student Question of the Week: Ownership of EE Bonds

Student Question from Pam F Course:  Fundamentals of Financial Planning Question: Hello.  My question deals with a situation where a grandparent buys EE bonds for a grandchild and both the grandparent's name and the … [Read More...]