When it comes to employee benefit plans, there’s a new sheriff in town.
The Department of Labor is killing the final 401(k) investment advice rule under the Pension Protection Act, according to news reports.
A trade group representing retirement services industry providers has recommended the creation of a mandatory standardized 401(k) plan.
Schiff Hardin LLP has announced that former assistant secretary of labor for employee benefits Bradford P. Campbell joined the firm’s Washington, D.C., office in the Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation and ERISA Litigation groups.
House Republican Leader John Boehner (R-Ohio) on Saturday threw his support behind President Barack Obama’s announcement of initiatives to help Americans increase their personal savings.
As the nation turns its attention to the three-day Labor Day weekend, the White House is talking about retirement security.
10 Things You’re (Probably) Doing Wrong—or Not Doing Right—as a Plan Fiduciary (continued).
When it comes to qualified retirement plans, there are three kinds of people: people who are fiduciaries and know it, people who aren’t fiduciaries and know it, and people who are fiduciaries and don’t know it.