If you are planning to sell your house, plenty of ways exist to boost your home’s sale price. Here are six things you can do to increase your home’s value for little or no cost.
Hi I’m Julie Cooling, Founder of RIA Channel and contributor with Forbes. I’m here with Dale Yahnke, Founding Partner of Dowling & Yahnke, LLC.
Congratulations, you made our Forbes “Top 100 Wealth Management Firms” for 2016 with $3.5 billion in assets under management and $2.2 billion in asset growth over the period of 10 years. Congratulations!
So you are number 25 on our list. Way up there. We would love to know a little bit about how you grow and how you work with clients.
Dale Yahnke sat down with Taylor Schulte (from Stay Wealthy San Diego) to discuss Dowling & Yahnke's pioneering fiduciary business model, its founding, how it has benefited clients, and exploring the firm’s growth and success over the past 26 years. You can listen to the full podcast, as well as read an excerpt, below.
As stock markets climb to all-time highs, many investors with cash on the sidelines have been asking themselves – is now really a good time to invest? Aren’t we at another market peak?
Are you very confident that you will end up enjoying a comfortable retirement? If so, you’re in the minority. Only 18% of Americans are very confident about their future retirement prospects.
You may have heard the phrase “lifestyle inflation,” or seen articles about families making well over six figure incomes and still living paycheck to paycheck. This phenomenon is also known as “lifestyle creep” and refers to the tendency to let spending rise as income rises.
Are you ready for the summer vacation season?
Part of preparing for a vacation is knowing how to save money on your travel. Here are 15 ideas to get you started:
Are you planning to buy a home this year? As shown in the chart below, the rate of home buying dropped during the Great Recession but has picked up pace in the last few years.
The federal regulation that was intended to protect retirement investors from dubious financial advice is in jeopardy. The April implementation of the Department of Labor’s fiduciary rule that was six years in the making may be postponed.
The purpose of the rule is to require financial professionals to act in the best interest of their clients. That might seem like something that isn’t necessary to legislate, but brokers, insurance agents and others in the financial industry are routinely recommending investments that promote their employer’s financial bottom line and not their clients.
Regardless of what happens to the DOL’s fiduciary rule, you need to ask questions to boost the chances that a financial professional will always act in your best interest. Asking questions can also increase the chances that you’ll find an advisor who will be an excellent fit for your needs.