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Financial Advisors

For individual investors and financial advisors alike, figuring out the best way to manage money can be a challenge. CNBC has put together these reports to help boost your bottom line.
  1. A new version of the Social Security 2100 Act aims to draw support from President Joe Biden and Republicans. Here's how it would change the program.
  2. Many people haven't been to their office in 18 months. Anxious about going back? Therapists share their best advice.
  3. The average monthly Social Security retirement benefit will go up by $92 in 2022. But increases will vary by beneficiary. How to estimate how much you'll get.
  4. The pandemic’s student loan payment pause and debt cancellation and free college proposals are finally disrupting a system that hasn’t been working for decades.
  5. Everyone, from Federal Reserve officials to individual investors, is worried about inflation. What top advisors from CNBC's FA 100 list are doing about it.
  6. Covid has kicked the housing market into high gear. At the end of September, the average home price was up 14% from the same month last year, and 30% from 2019.
  7. There are many financial moves new and expecting parents should make for a healthier household budget and to protect children down the road.
  8. There's a growing emphasis on psychology in financial planning as advisors explore ways to strengthen client relationships. Here’s how top firms are doing it.
  9. Interest in actively managed exchange-traded funds has exploded as investors crave more precision. Here's how to know if these assets are right for your portfolio.
  10. CNBC recently released its ranking of the top financial advisors in the U.S. We interviewed some of them on their strategies going into the new year.

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