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Thursday, February 24, 2022
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Analyzing Retirement Industry Cybersecurity Risks and Best Practices
A certain famous bank robber is said to have explained that he robbed banks because ‘that’s where the money is.’ As of the end of 2021, U.S. retirement plans now have a significant amount of money, with more than $37 trillion of assets.
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Virtual Adviser Meetings: Here To Stay or Soon To Go?
Advisers review the main pros and cons of digital meetings and discuss whether or not they will become a permanent fixture.
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3. Why 529 Education Savings Plans Are More Valuable Than Ever
Automated Client Service and the Future of Advice
The emerging question of the day is how to combine human advice with digital technologies that make the basics of investing cheap and easy.
The Evolving Face of Financial Wellness
Employee stress has increased, especially among younger generations dealing with student debt, and so employers should provide financial wellness programs that continuously engage and motivate their workers, according to a recent PwC survey.
Betterment Launches Student Loan Management Solution
It will provide employees with personalized recommendations and paydown tools to help with student loan debt.
Retirement Industry Rallies Around LIFE Act
The bill would amend the DOL’s current default investment safe harbor regulations to allow, but not require, a retirement plan’s default investment to include a limited investment in a non-liquid annuity component that provides a guaranteed return on investment.
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Wednesday, the Dow fell 464.85 points (1.38%) to 33,131.76, the Nasdaq lost 344.03 points (2.57%) to finish at 13,037.49, and the S&P 500 closed 79.26 points (1.84%) lower at 4,225.50. The Russell 2000 decreased 36.08 points (1.82%) to 1,944.09, and the Wilshire 5000 dropped 841.23 points (1.94%) to 42,513.25.

The price of the 10-year Treasury note decreased 26/32, bringing its yield up to 1.994%. The price of the 30-year Treasury bond fell 1 25/32, increasing its yield to 2.300%.

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