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Tibergien: The Smell of Fear

Added on March 2020 in Other Ideas
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Summary: At a recent luncheon hosted by a large asset manager for a small group of financial advisors, I was struck by how one person dominated the conversation — not in a pleasant way. He was in an agitated state, denouncing all past, present and future employees of his firm. He bragged about how many assets he had under management and how clients were clamoring to seek his wisdom.

What Can You Do While Stuck at Home?

Added on March 2020 in Other Ideas
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Summary: The novel coronavirus has many people self-isolating at home. You might be healthy, but your firm has asked people to work remotely. Your city has closed schools and nonessential retail businesses. It might be two weeks; it might be longer. What’s an advisor to do?

IRS Releases FAQ on Tax Deadline Extensions

Added on March 2020 in Other Ideas
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Summary: Taxpayers have extra time to contribute to their individual retirement accounts now that the Internal Revenue Service has extended the tax filing and payment deadlines to July 15.

Voices: 6 moves advisors should be recommending for their clients right now

Added on March 2020 in Other Ideas
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Summary: Though bear markets are never fun, this bear is particularly gut-wrenching because it was caused by the coronavirus catastrophe that continues to drastically change how we live our lives. With many clients fretting and some even more unnerved, here is my take on what advisors should do.

The crisis adviser is a leader

Added on March 2020 in Other Ideas
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Summary: The old saw is that great leaders are made not born — made of circumstances they did not create but that they faced head on. At home in New York City on Sept. 11, 2001, fellow residents and I witnessed acts of great heroism, selfless sacrifice and caring. We also saw ordinary citizens take charge, lead others to safety and calm frightened neighbors. 

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