Managing your money for the long run can be easier than you might imagine.
A personal finance columnist, a lawyer and an executive whose nonprofit works with cancer patients sound like siblings who would be prepared to deal with their dad’s diagnosis. They still needed help.
Even the most educated and high-achieving women do not participate equally with their husbands in long-term financial decision making, according to a study.
Whether financial advisers like to address the topic or not, clients are bringing it up.
Many Americans have lost work in the pandemic, and some are turning to their families for help. That can aggravate some awkward dynamics.
Independent wealth management firms that accepted a loan from a government relief program are facing blowback from those that declined the money.