The final regulations reflect statutory changes, including changes made by the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018.
Both the U.S. Solicitor and the Pension Rights Center argue that current funded status of a defined benefit (DB) plan is not a proper measure for whether the participants have a right to sue for breaches of fiduciary duties and prohibited transactions under ERISA.
INSIDE THE MAGAZINE PLANADVISER July/August 2019
The SECURE Act could make ‘open’ MEPs a reality—and a benefit to advisers if they are proactive.
Hub International’s buying streak of retirement specialist brokerage and advisory firms continues.
Thanks to legislation such as the SECURE Act, new products and the need, the market is warming to guaranteed income.
Increasingly, HSAs are being viewed, accepted, and treated in the industry, as a long-term investment strategy.
Vanguard researchers emphasize that while the value of advice was once traditionally based on portfolio outcomes, goal success rates and advisory relationships are results of effective guidance as well.
WhartonHill’s leaders say they will also continue their partnership with both Global Retirement Partners and LPL Financial, “and look forward to expanding that relationship going forward.”
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Safeway and Aon Hewitt Investment Consulting will pay a combined $8.5 million to settle two lawsuits accusing them of causing excessive fees in Safeway's 401(k) plan.