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How Financial Planners Can Give Back During the Pandemic 

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been a surge in interest worldwide in supporting nonprofits and giving back to communities in need. Donor-advised funds (DAFs) Fidelity Charitable and Schwab Charitable both reported spikes in charitable giving in 2020, with funds mostly going toward community organizations, food programs, and help for the homeless — and this generosity will likely

Finding a Co-Founder for Your RIA Firm

Your career goal might be to found your own financial advisory firm.   The technical aspects of starting a business can be a challenge — from picking a name to covering the startup costs to finding clients to developing an effective marketing strategy — but sometimes the most difficult part can be finding the right support.   Someone who’s in

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What the CARES Act Means for Financial Advisors

What the CARES Act Means for Financial Advisors

No industry has been immune to the COVID-19 crisis, and that includes financial advisory firms.  As Barron’s magazine notes, most financial advisory firms calculate fees as a percentage of clients’ assets under management. “Those fees

Market Update The Benefits of Hindsight

The Benefits of Hindsight

2020 has already been challenging on both the national and global stages. The Coronavirus pandemic has quickly sent the world into a state of panic

Equita’s Favorite Financial Podcasts and Books

Equita’s Favorite Financial Podcasts and Books

At Equita Financial Network, we’re constantly sharing resources, advice, inspiration, and support so we can run our firms better and succeed. So when we told our member firms that we

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