Retirement Week in Review
- The Weekly Pulse Podcast for Sunday, August 4, 2019 In this episode: (1) Connected Technology, LLC’s President Kevin Urso joins us to discuss how small and mid-sized organizations are also at risk for #databreaches and #cybersecurity mishaps, (2) social media FOMO and its implications in the societal wage struggle, (3) #financialliteracy professional development classes for high school teachers, (4) Nintendo makes a comeback with the Switch Lite gaming system, (5) every market catalyst is in play this week and the impact of the #Fed’s rate cut on consumers, (6) huh? – there was no retirement issue coverage in the recent Democrat debates and (7) and the DOL issues a final rule to offer Association Retirement Plans but where are the open MEPs?
- The Morning Pulse Academy | Financial Advisor Conversations About FOMO (Fear of Missing Out) | LinkedIn‘s Senior Finance Editor Devin Banerjee, CFA returns this week to discuss the concept of FOMO and how it is proving to be yet another challenge financial advisors need to overcome in order to help individuals plan their financial futures.
- Here’s how much your state spends on retirement
- 401k Participation Rate Spikes as Workers Get Older
- Where 401(k) plan sponsors go to learn
- OregonSaves Filling the Retirement Plan Coverage Gap
- Kaleida Health Workers Advance ERISA Suit Over Retail Funds ; MIT Sued Over Alleged 401(k) Quid Pro Quo With Fidelity ; Settlement in Johns Hopkins 403(b) Plan Lawsuit Includes Recordkeeper Bid ; 401(k) lawsuits creeping down to smaller plans ; Feds May Weigh in on CalSavers Suit
- ICI says 64% of taxpayers enjoy retirement coverage
- Retirement Plan Non-Participants Likely to Participate Later
- 403(b) litigation driving fiduciary-role awareness ; TriHealth 401(k) participants sue over fees, fund choices
- Eugene Scalia as Secretary of Labor
- The Democrats missed a big opportunity during the debates
- Shifts in 401(k) options illustrate spotlight on fees
- A nudge for DC participants is a good thing
- 403(b) litigation driving fiduciary-role awareness
- New state programs, like California’s, make it easier for workers to save for retirement ; Labor Department approves multiple employer plan expansion
- Building a Better 401(k) ; Average 401(k) Balance Continues to Build
- Helping small businesses, working owners save for retirement by cutting red tape
- DOL Small Business Retirement Plan Rule Not The Cure-All That’s Needed ; DOL Exemption Paves Way for Auto Portability
- Americans say not investing in a 401(k) is the biggest financial mistake
- Opinion: Annuities need to be a 401(k) default
- 7 Ways the SECURE Act Could Impact Retirement Plans ; DOL guidance gives OK to retirement savings auto portability program ; Tackling the Missing Participant Problem
ABOUT THE FOUNDER
Jeffrey H. Snyder is the Creator and Founder of The Morning Pulse, Inc. Considered an “industry insider”, thought-leader and an independent voice, he has appeared in both television and print discussing the issues related to retirement and the capital markets. He also is the creator, producer and host of the The Weekly Pulse podcast and TV show, as well as the original series Roads2Retirement.
ABOUT THE MORNING PULSE
Founded in 2012, The Morning Pulse, Inc. is an award-winning digital technology, media company and consulting firm focused on aggregating, organizing and delivering retirement and financial services industry information daily and weekly. Over 500,000, individuals, industry professionals, private and public sector executives, and government officials have come to trust The Morning Pulse for timely delivery of important and relevant news and content.