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January 2018

Cover Story

Someone to Watch over Me

by John F. Renner, LL.M., J.D., CFP®, ChFC® 
With new FINRA regulations going into effect in February, understand the notification responsibilities of financial planners to prevent financial exploitation.


January 31, 2018: 2pm Eastern -- Journal in the Round: Preventing Financial Exploitation of Senior Clients

In this month's Journal in the Round, John Renner and Robert Mauterstock will be discussing the implications of the new FINRA regulation, effective February 2018, regarding required protections for the most vulnerable senior clients. 

Practice Management

Understand the Behaviors of Leaders and Team Members to Improve Your Organization

by David F. Smith, Ph.D., CFP®
Every financial planning practice can benefit from learning about leadership behaviors that are action-oriented and easy to apply.

Special Report 

2017 Personal Finance Year in Review

by Barbara O’Neill, Ph.D., CFP®
This eclectic collection of facts and figures on a wide variety of personal finance topics is one of just a few comprehensive annual reviews of personal finance research, events, legislation, trends, and educational resources in existence.


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Effectively Analyzing Anyone’s Estate Plan
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