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Thursday, April 14, 2022
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Introducing the 2022 PLANADVISER Vision Awards
The recent passage of our 15th anniversary in print gave us a moment to pause and reflect on the tremendous changes that have occurred in the retirement plan services industry over the past several decades. Many lessons emerged during this period of reflection, including a renewed appreciation for the work of the key individual leaders and change-makers.
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Salesforce Retirement Lawsuit to Continue
A federal appeals court judge’s ruling reversed and remanded the case after motions to dismiss were granted by lower court rulings    
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1. PEP Pros and Cons
2. Evaluating a Retirement Income ‘Easy Button’
3. Partnering On In-Plan Advice
Finding the Intersection of ESG and Performance
Identifying companies with positive ratings is not enough, experts agree, as companies’ financial positions must also be considered.
Bank of America Launches New Lifestyle Spending Account Benefit Program
The goal of the new program is to allow plan sponsors to use savings incentives to promote healthy habits and overall employee wellbeing.
MyCTSavings Launch Hailed by State Leaders
Discussing the program’s launch with PLANADVISER, Connecticut Comptroller Natalie Braswell says the goal of the program is straightforward—to help ensure everyone can achieve a financially secure retirement regardless of the industry or sector they work in.
The State of Social Security: Mixed Perspectives
Experts say the uneven economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in some ways minimized its likely long-term effects on Social Security reserves, but longstanding solvency problems remain.
How Thoughts About the SEC's Regulation Best Interest Have Evolved
Nearly two years into the enforcement of Reg BI, debate continues about its influence on the advisory and brokerage industries.
Market Mirror Market Mirror Graph

Wednesday, the Dow gained 344.23 points (1.01%) to finish at 34,564.59, the Nasdaq closed 272.02 points (2.03%) higher at 13,643.59, and the S&P 500 increased 49.14 points (1.12%) to 4,446.59. The Russell 2000 added 38.17 points (1.92%) to close at 2,025.10, and the Wilshire 5000 climbed 607.73 points (1.38%) to 44,732.53.

The prices of the 10-year Treasury note and 30-year Treasury bond were each up 2/32, decreasing their yields to 2.700% and 2.806%, respectively.

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