PLANADVISER Weekend Newsdash
Week ending August 16th, 2019

Four percent annual withdrawals from a defensively positioned portfolio may be a good starting point for discussing retirement income, but in reality, such a simple approach will not work for everyone. A robust retirement income plan includes consideration of anticipated mandatory and discretionary expenses, regular assessments of risk in the equity portfolio, active coordination of bond holdings, minimization of taxes, the weighing of income insurance and much more. Find below a series of helpful articles on all these topics. We hope you will share some of what you read with a client or colleague.

Retirement Income Planning
'Modern Tontine Theorists' Have Time-Tested Retirement Income Ideas
The retirement planning challenges facing workers today are by no means new or novel, nor are the many different types of solutions being debated by academics and policymakers. Read more >
Retirement Income Solutions and Strategic Withdrawals
Thomas Dodd, executive director of Pavilion Advisory Group, speaks to the importance of implementing a strategic withdrawal plan once retirees initiate distributions of DC plan assets. Read more >
Casting DC Plans in a Retirement Income Light
Mike Sasso, with Portfolio Evaluations, and a professor at Boston University,  explained a new way of thinking to get plan sponsors to focus on retirement income for participants. Read more >
Individuals Concerned About Impact of RMDs on Taxes
Nearly one-third of individuals surveyed by Allianz Life Insurance Company of North America say they have difficulty understanding how required minimum distributions could impact their overall tax obligation. Read more >
Facing Uncertainty With Laddered Fixed-Income Portfolios
Experts argue bond ladders can work in a rising rate environment and across a variety of unpredictable macroeconomic scenarios—allowing investors to continually readjust their fixed-income exposure.  Read more >
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Is the Traditional Fiduciary Insurance Model at Risk?
One legal professional at a fiduciary insurance firm argues that the ‘indiscriminate nature’ of recent ERISA lawsuit filings could eventually culminate in a crisis for the retirement plan industry’s current approach to risk management and fiduciary insurance.
'Massive' Fraud Charges Trigger Allianz Global Investors U.S. Sale to Voya

The SEC says the charges and settlement show even the most sophisticated institutional investors, like pension funds, can become victims of wrongdoing.

SEC Votes to Propose Updated Fund Name Rules, ESG Disclosures for RIAs

Wednesday was a busy day for the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, which voted to propose two separate regulations that will impact investment managers and registered investment advisers—and which sources say are likely to generate substantial public comment and debate.

Why Small Business Owners Often Resist 401(k)s

Two of the reasons most commonly cited by small business owners for not offering a retirement plan are the beliefs that their business is too small to qualify and that they can’t afford a match.

Retirement Industry People Moves

OneDigital names vice president of product; Advisor Group acquires Infinex; T. Rowe Price appoints senior ESG leader; Voya hires chief information security officer; and more.

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