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                                       Jitters About Long Retirements Spur Innovative Approaches to Planning, July 5th, 2015 - A customized, proactive approach is now the new normal.

                                                                                                           Voices: Brian Hayes, on Helping Clients When Disaster Strikes, May 19th 2014 - As an adviser, its important to set your clients up for success through all of life's possible events.

                                                                                                                                         Annuities Not for Everyone, but They Have a Place, March 12th, 2014 - "What’s becoming a problem is that people think the rider protects their account balance, but it doesn't.”  


 

                                        5 Money Topics for Parents to Discuss With College Freshman, August 26th, 2014 Whatever your situation, set clear expectations around who is repaying any loans, and make sure your student understands the terms of those loans.

    

                                        2013 Five Star Top Wealth Managers in Indianapolis - T. Brian Hayes of Hayes Advisory Group Named to Indianapolis Monthly's 2013 Five Star Top Wealth Managers in Indianapolis.



                                      

                                        5 Years Since the Crisis, September 9, 2013  -  More people now realize the importance of proper planning and investment management.

                                        Things Advisors Need to Know, April 9, 2013  -  With the fear of tax rate increases in the future, the goal for pre-retirees and retiress is to become as tax efficient as possible.

 Damaged Retirement Plans Call for Hard Fixes, October 8th, 2013 - “I say, ‘Here are your options. You can try to live off a lot less money or you can try to get another job,’ ”

                                         Successful Advisors Stick To Their Guns, May 10, 2013 - Being able to tell people the opposite of what they want to hear, even when it risks alienating a prospect or losing a current client, is often the smartest thing an advisor can do.