PLANADVISER Weekend Newsdash
Week ending July 1st, 2016
NOTE FROM THE EDITOR
Happy Friday, readers! It’s always a bit of a challenge each week picking a theme for the Friday afternoon mailing, especially during these times of fast-paced regulatory and market evolution. This week the job was made a little easier by the impressive reaction to a story about a new, simple approach to retirement spending proposed by a fellow of the Society of Actuaries. One reader suggested participant spending in retirement is “quickly becoming the next big plan design concern.” What do you think? 
Editor's choice
Fellow of Society of Actuaries Suggests New Retirement Spending Rule
Evan Inglis says his “simple but effective” new rule recognizes the lower level of returns we are likely to experience in coming years due to low interest rates and other factors such as demographic trends. Read more >
How Reliable Are Common Retirement Planning Tools?
A study finds that some retirement income calculators are not all they’re cracked up to be. Read more >
Income Volatility a Challenging Factor in Retirement Planning
Results of the Federal Reserve’s latest Survey of Household Economics and Decisionmaking suggest income volatility has become a real hurdle to retirement saving and wealth forecasting. Read more >
Insurance Can Play a Part in Retirement Income Planning
Employees need protection for their retirement income. Planning should include addressing market risk, taxes and inflation, but also health care expenses, long-term care and legacy plans. Read more >
Nuanced Advice Should Fill in the 401(k) Decumulation Weakness
Until 401(k) plan sponsors are more comfortable offering in-plan retirement income products, the industry must find solutions to deliver nuanced advice around retirement income to low-balance investors. Read more >
MOST POPULAR STORIES
What Exactly Is Driving the Great Resignation?

Panelists at EBRI’s Spring Policy Forum discussed how various demographic groups tend to reenter the labor force, how workers are supporting themselves if they choose not to return and various other factors impacting labor force participation in 2022. 

Retirement Industry People Moves

CFP Board appoints head of research; Mercer Advisors acquires HYA Advisors; attorney returns to the Wagner Law Group as principal; and more.

Risks and Rewards of Managed Accounts

Managed account solutions may present opportunities for wealth management firms to grow assets and revenues, but they also carry risks that must be effectively managed.

Actuary Lawsuit Highlights Data Breach Risks

A financial services firm is accused of failing to properly secure and safeguard personally identifiable information provided by and belonging to its customers.

Another Circuit Court Rules on ERISA Arbitration Rules

The 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that certain types of ERISA claims, while brought by individual participants, ultimately belong to the plan as a whole, meaning individual arbitration agreements cannot as a matter of course prevent such claims from proceeding in court.

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