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Tuesday, December 06, 2022
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Bear Market Draws Attention to Actively Managed Funds
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Active and passive funds have both found success in retirement saving plans, but recent volatility is providing further analysis for a decades-long debate.
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Plan Advisers May Help Boost Employee 401(k) Participation
Of plan sponsors with full employee participation, 80% work with an adviser to help design and manage their 401(k) benefit, according to new research from Morgan Stanley at Work.
Today’s Most Read
1. Delta Taps Fidelity to Run New Emergency Savings Program
2. SECURE 2.0 Error Threatens Catch-Up Contributions, but Meaning Is Clear
3. Small Businesses and SECURE 2.0: Exemptions and Tax Credits
Near-Retirees May Be at Risk for Retirement Income Shortfall
A DCIIA report written by industry players looks at how rising interest rates and inflation are cutting into common retirement income tactics, as well as the new tools generating interest among plan fiduciaries and sponsors.
2023 Plan Adviser of the Year Nominations Are Open
Do you work with or know of a great plan adviser or plan adviser team? Nominate them today for our 2023 Plan Adviser of the Year awards.
Webinar: Wealth Management in a Retirement Plan Practice
Join PLANADVISER on December 13 as a panel of industry experts discuss why wealth and retirement belong together—or do they?; how wealth management can be fit into an advisory firm’s service offering; how to approach revenue opportunities in wealth management, and more.
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Monday, the Dow fell 482.78 points (1.40%) to close at 33, 947.10, the Nasdaq lost 221.56 points (1.93%) to close at 11,239.94 and the S&P 500 lost 72.86 points (1.79%) to end trading at 3,998.84. The Russell 2000 dropped 52.62 points (2.78%) to close at 1,840.22 and the Wilshire 5000 decreased 809.04 points (2.00%) to close at 39,695.10.

The price of the 10-year Treasury note rose 2/32 bringing the yield to 3.585%. The price of the 30-year Treasury bond rose 1/32 and bringing the yield down to 3.586%.

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