The Top 10 Women-Owned RIAs of 2015
Women are still a minority in financial services, despite the industry's efforts to address the gender imbalance. Female advisors make up only 11.5 percent of the advisory workforce, according to Cerulli Associates. The women on WealthManagement.com's Top 50 Women RIAs list are more than just advisors, of course. They are entrepreneurs, owning at least 25 percent of some of the largest RIAs around. Here’s a closer look at the top ten.
BRR Goes Red for Women
Our employees showed awareness about heart disease by wearing red on National Wear Red Day. Go Red For Women is the American Heart Association’s national movement to end heart disease and stroke in women because it’s not just a man’s disease.
Collaboration and Divorce
Many couples deciding to end their marriage may not want to walk down the traditional path of divorce. While this method may be best for those spouses who do not get along and are unable to communicate with each other, it may not be the best and most efficient for everyone.
The Income Tax Effects of Marriage
You’re about to tie the knot with that special someone and experience a future full of joy together. Through all the tedious planning, have you given any thought to how your taxes may be affected? Could the IRS have a special wedding gift for you? It depends.
If I Ruled the Financial Planning world
Budros, Ruhlin & Roe, Inc. CEO Peggy Ruhlin wrote this as a column for Financial Planning magazine in September, 1997, when she was President of the International Association for Financial Planning.
Sonia and Samantha Attend Dayton RISE
Dayton RISE's 2014 speaker lineup included notable names such as Federal Reserve Bank President Sandra Pianalto, Olympic snowboarder Louie Vito, and Jim Cramer, host of CNBC’s “Mad Money.”