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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 >
Many Retirees Wish They Had Delayed Taking Social Security Benefits
Another Bill Proposed as Senate Committee Hearing Brings Calls for Retirement Action
Institutional Plans See Strong Q1 2019 Returns
RESA, RSSA, SECURE Act and More Pile Up in Congress
Excessive Fee Suit Filed Against Greystar Management
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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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