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Traditional U.S. corporate defined benefit plans ended the second quarter with 4% to 6% higher funding ratios, according to Legal & General Investment Management America (LGIMA).
Two things always on a plan sponsor’s mind—retirement readiness and fiduciary responsibility—are opportunities for retirement plan advisers.
Pentegra Retirement Services introduced new features to its “Building Blocks for Retirement” campaign.
A partnership between Fiserv and Financial Market Data Services produced a new solution for fully outsourced, end-to-end securities class-actions claims processing.
Participation rate may be a common standard for plan sponsors when they look into the benchmarking process, but not many would say it is a sufficient—or even very informative—measure of plan success.
Plan sponsors are increasingly adopting features to help overcome participant inertia, a survey found.
Retirement savings, health issues and their children’s finances are concerns for women; while men worry about debt, both household and the national level.
When it comes to retirement savings, the U.S. could learn a few things from The Land Down Under.
The median return of the BNY Mellon U.S. Master Trust Universe was 4.53% for the first quarter, marking the third consecutive quarter of positive returns.
Farnoosh Torabi has expanded her relationship with Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company (MassMutual) to help bring financial education to young adults.
Wells Fargo Retirement has added an in-plan guaranteed income solution to the choices of retirement plan investments available for plan sponsors.
Participants of retirement plans with higher education institutions are saving more than their corporate counterparts, says a new report from Transamerica Retirement Solutions.
A court ruled an executive’s supplemental retirement plan assets are not protected by his employer’s creditors.
Vanguard has expanded the availability of its low-cost 401(k) plan service for small to midsize businesses to plan sponsors that work with third-party plan administrators (TPAs).
Corporate Insight spends much of its time analyzing the retirement plan participant experience with plan providers.
Many Americans misunderstand how Social Security works, a survey found.
For the third edition of the Guide to Retirement, a couple of key themes were top of mind, Katherine Roy, chief retirement strategist at J.P. Morgan Asset Management, told PLANADVISER.
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) website explains what defined contribution (DC) plan sponsors can do if they fail to timely deposit withheld salary deferrals.
Fewer U.S. families saved for education using 529 plans in 2010, and those who did tended to be wealthier than others.