How Advisors Can Reengage Clients with Retirement Planning After the SECURE Act of 2019

Current events provide advisors with opportunities to differentiate themselves from their peers. By being proactive and addressing current events, advisors can give clients peace of mind that their wealth is being managed properly. Recently, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the SECURE Act (Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement), giving advisors a unique opportunity…

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Advisors Servicing Retirement Assets Are Targeted by the SEC

Before the new SEC fiduciary standard is published, advisors with a 401(k) and IRA Rollover practice and those advisors operating as investment managers of QDIAs have become a target for on-site examinations by the SEC’s Office of Compliance Inspections and Exams as part of their ReTIRE (Retirement Targeted Reviews and Examinations Initiatives) program since November 2015.

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5 Habits of Top Advisors

Just as success means something different to each of us, so does our own perception of happiness. Of course, in order to reach this beautiful balance of “successful happiness,” we have to develop a number of key habits. These habits come from a variety of conversations I’ve had with Fortune 500 CEOs, professional athletes, and even senators throughout my 30+ years in this profession. Imprint them into your advisor DNA and see how quickly you can reach The Sustainable Edge – and a more meaningful purpose.

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