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Tag: Defined contribution
The defined-contribution (DC) plan consulting business is changing to adjust to new plan trends by, among other things, offering custom target-date funds and adding inflation-protection investment vehicles to fund offerings.
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Annuities in defined contribution plans are gaining momentum as aging Baby Boomers seek to create guaranteed retirement income streams, according to "Guaranteed Annuities in Defined Contribution Plans," a report from the Financial Research Corporation (FRC).
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Private-sector defined contribution (DC) will grow at an annual rate of 5.9% from 2008 to 2013, though that is a lower rate compared with previous projections based on worsening net flow forecasts, according to Cerulli Associates.
Advisers giving advice through the PPA's fiduciary adviser provision must play by rules that still are not final
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Census data show strengthening DB to DC trends
ETFs continue to be touted as the next best investment for retirement plans, but they are slow to gain traction
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The QDIA regulations open the door for new default options
Although new rules may make 403(b)s more similar to 401(k)s, they are very much their own plans