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November 11th, 2020

Are Advisers Conflicted When Serving MEPs and PEPs?

This hour-long, editorial-driven webinar will dive into the expansion of the PEP marketplace and discuss practical matters for advisers who consider incorporating such plans into their practice and client offerings. Join us! Read more >
Inflation Protection for DC Investors
TIPS? REITs? Infrastructure stocks? What inflation-sensitive assets will help this time? Read more >
Adviser Industry Headcount Shows Solid Growth
Data shared by the Investment Adviser Association shows the number of SEC-registered investment advisers continues to grow at a steady pace, reaching yet another record high at the end of 2019. Read more >
New Life Expectancy Tables Will Decrease RMDs
The IRS has issued final regulations on mortality tables to be used for calculating required minimum distributions, which reflect longer life expectancies. Read more >
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Ascending Through the Fire With an Evolving Fiduciary Governance Approach
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Salesforce Ruling Offers Key Lessons About Revenue Sharing, Fee Litigation
The dismissal ruling pushes back against overly broad claims suggesting that actively managed mutual funds and revenue sharing are inherently imprudent in qualified retirement plans. Read more >
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2020 Top 100 Retirement Plan Advisers
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Tuesday, the Dow gained 262.95 points (0.90%) to finish at 29,420.92, the NASDAQ closed 159.93 points (1.37%) lower at 11,553.86, and the S&P 500 was down 4.97 points (0.14%) at 3,545.53. The Russell 2000 climbed 31.97 points (1.88%) to 1,737.01, and the Wilshire 5000 decreased 38.87 points (0.11%) to 36,555.14. The price of the 10-year Treasury note was down 23/32, increasing its yield to 0.954%. The price of the 30-year Treasury bond decreased 28/32, bringing its yield up to 1.743%.
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