A former Securities and Exchange Commission litigator who was at the regulator during the transition from the Clinton administration to the Bush administration considers what might happen when Democratic President-elect Joe Biden takes office.
It appears, according to a survey by Dalbar, that people put more faith in the advice of a human adviser.
Prudential survey finds employees were looking for financial advice and emergency assistance.
The two items that may require an amendment relate to difficulty of care payments treated as compensation for 415 limits, and the application of cooperative and small employer charity pension plan rules.
Advisers who have actively reached out to clients say they have been able to maintain them.
INSIDE THE MAGAZINE PLANADVISER September/October 2020
One retirement plan industry executive says his conversations with members of the U.S. House and Senate make him optimistic that Congress could act sooner rather than later on the new legislation.
A DCIIA forum reviewed tactics on calculating future retirement income.
The settlement is a victory for the increasingly well-known law firm Capozzi Adler, which has filed numerous ERISA excessive fee lawsuits in the past several years.
Experts say the president-elect could start the process of shoring up Social Security and embrace ESG investing.
A team of experts discussed considerations in implementing environmental, social and governance factors.
The CFP Board says financial planning professionals need to attract more women and people of color to the industry.
President-elect Joe Biden’s win renews hope for financial wellness strategies in the future, and such changes could come with possible requirements for employers, employees and advisers.