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Wednesday, June 09, 2021
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When ‘Eating Your Own Cooking’ Becomes Self-Dealing
One conclusion that can be drawn from the rash of self-dealing lawsuits filed in the retirement plan services industry is that providers must be just as diligent as their clients when it comes to prudently and loyally delivering workplace retirement benefits—perhaps even more so.
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Talking Taxes, Inflation and Bucket Strategies
Reflecting on the common conversations they are having with their near-retiree clients, advisers say there is broad certainty that taxes will increase in the future, and also a lot of fear about a market correction.
Today’s Most Read
1. Old Dogs, New Tricks: Training for Veteran Advisers Pays Off
2. Weighing Active Management in DC Plans
3. CAPTRUST, T. Rowe, NBS Team Up on ‘MEP-PEP Alternative’ for Small Clients
IRS OC List Helps Plan Sponsor Clients Ensure Operational Compliance
An updated page on the IRS website serves as a reminder of requirements in effect and those that will be in effect soon.
Financial Wellness Is Really About Financial Priorities
Retirement industry researchers say the pandemic will have a lasting impact on the way people rank and pursue their financial priorities, influencing their vision of ‘financial wellness’ and redefining what success with money really means.
The CFP Board to Include the Psychology of Financial Planning in Its Certification Exam
The aim of expanding the training to include more people skills is to help advisers align more closely with their clients’ goals.
Advisers Giving Back: ProCourse Races for Financial Fitness
In just three years of sponsoring a 401(k) Race for Financial Fitness, ProCourse Fiduciary Advisors has raised more than $100,000 for Junior Achievement.
Market Mirror Market Mirror Graph

Tuesday, the Dow was down 30.42 points (0.09%) at 34,599.82, the Nasdaq closed 43.19 points (0.31%) higher at 13,924.91, and the S&P 500 was virtually unchanged at 4,227.26. The Russell 2000 gained 24.58 points (1.06%) to finish at 2,343.76, and the Wilshire 5000 increased 93.45 points (0.21%) to 44,410.32.

The price of the 10-year Treasury note was up 3/32, decreasing its yield to 1.543%. The price of the 30-year Treasury bond increased 29/32, bringing its yield down to 2.220%.

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