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March 13th, 2020

Divorce Can Derail Otherwise Solid Retirement Plans

Estate planners and attorneys see a growing trend of “gray divorce” affecting couples in their pre-retirement years, though the challenges of divorce impact workers of all ages. Read more >
Bear Markets Offer Annuity Education Opportunity
The U.S. stock market has entered bear market territory after its record bull run; one silver lining is the opportunity to educate people about annuities. Read more >
SEC Permits Summary Prospectus Variable Annuity Disclosures
The new rule permits variable annuity and variable life insurance contracts to use a summary prospectus to provide disclosures to investors. Read more >
In Touch
How advisers use social media for business development. Read more >
Retirement Plan Advisers Might Help Lessen ERISA Lawsuits by Adding Defensive Provisions
T. Rowe Price Agrees to Settle Proprietary Funds Lawsuit for $7 Million
Judge Dismisses Most Claims in Intel ERISA Lawsuit
Bankruptcy Rulings Could Inform Financial Planning Decisions
New Transamerica Solution Reflects Small-Market Developments
Sponsored message from Invesco
The Forgotten Participant
Examining defined contribution participant investing behaviors and decision-making Read more >
Investment Product and Service Launches
iJoin creates managed account program, and Ameritas launches glide-path tool for employer-sponsored plans. Read more >
Building Better Engagement
Expert advice for how to make the most of your face time with employees. Read more >
Consolidation Pressures
2019 breaks M&A records. Read more >
Market Mirror
Thursday, the Dow took a 2,352.60-points (9.99%) dive to finish at 21,200.62, the NASDAQ fell 750.25 points (9.43%) to 7,201.80, and the S&P 500 dropped 260.74 points (9.51%) to 2,480.64. The Russell 2000 plunged 141.37 points (11.18%) to 1,122.93, and the Wilshire 5000 lost 2,690.80 points (9.75%) to finish at 24,908.12.   The price of the 10-year Treasury note fell 1 2/32, increasing its yield to 0.834%. The price of the 30-year Treasury bond decreased 1 4/32, bringing its yield up to 1.445%.
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