Adviser choices on participant-level fiduciary recommendations
My daughters have been receiving an allowance since they were each around 4 years old. It gets divided three ways: spend, save and give. Spend and save are fairly...
Part of the reason the qualified default investment alternative regulation—found in the Pension Protection Act of 2006 (PPA)—was viewed as so helpful to participants was because they often just...
DOL Approves Fiduciary Rule DelayThe Department of Labor (DOL) has decided to delay implementation of the special transition period for the fiduciary rule’s best interest contract exemption (BICE) and...
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74 investment managers now offer these funds
Female clients may need to change their investments
The firm suggests deferring Social Security payments
Forty-four percent of single people are saving for retirement, compared to 63% of married people
More than two in 10 not-for-profits now automatically enroll participants
Competitive pricing is putting this vehicle on the map
Way too much product and a lot of confusion
TDFs now comprise 25% of 401(k) assets, largely due to auto-enrollment
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Owners’ concerns are saving enough for retirement and reducing their tax liabilities
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