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September 24th, 2018
NYU Calls for Sanctions Against Workers, Attorneys
There are several bases on which the court could impose sanctions. Read more >
Invesco to Purchase OppenheimerFunds, owned by MassMutual
Sources say this leading asset manager company will bring Invesco $248 billion in new client assets. Read more >
Request for GAO to Study Process by Which Retirement Funds are Divided in Divorce
Women’s household income and assets, on average, fell by 41% with divorce Read more >
The Importance of Addressing Participant Complaints
If a sponsor does not respond, they could face a civil and/or DOL lawsuit Read more >
Helping Participants Brace for Market Volatility
The only person who gets hurt on a rollercoaster is the one who jumps out; advisers should stress that volatility is the price individuals pay for long-term performance. Read more >
IRS Life Expectancy Tables Updated for Retirees
Meet Dave Barry, Professional Humorist and Pulitzer Prize Winner
The Most ‘Outrageous’ ERISA Complaints Yet Filed?
Keeping Up with the Securing a Strong Retirement Act
Booz Allen Hamilton, Others Face Passive TDF Performance Lawsuits
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Auto-Portability Would Help Reduce the Retirement Deficit Significantly
If combined with the Automatic Retirement Plan Act of 2017, the retirement savings shortfall would be reduced by $932 billion, or 22.6%, according to EBRI. Read more >
Retirement Industry People Moves
The Wagner Law Group Welcomes Attorneys Quinn and Burwick; Independent Retirement Hires Retirement Plan Consultant; SageView Hires Managing Director; and more. Read more >
Market Mirror
Friday, the Dow closed 86.52 points (0.32%) higher at 26,743.50, the NASDAQ fell by 42.38 points (0.51%) to close at 7,986.96, and the S&P 500 lost 1.08 points (0.04%) to finish at 2,929.67. The Russell 2000 lost 7.87 points (0.46%) to finish at 1,712.32, and the Wilshire 5000 dropped by 38.29 points (0.13%) to end at 30,424.00. The price of the 10-year Treasury bond remained flat, with its yield staying at 3.064%, and the price of the 30-year Treasury bond fell by 3/32, increasing its yield to 3.202%. WEEK’S WORTH: For the week ending September 21, the Dow increased by 2.25%, the NASDAQ fell by 0.28%, and the S&P 500 rose by 0.84%. The Russell 2000 dropped by 0.54%, and the Wilshire 5000 rose by 4.29%.
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