Retirement Week in Review
- The Weekly Pulse Podcast for Sunday, August 11, 2019 In this episode: (1) Suburban Jungle‘s Founder and President Alison Bernstein discusses realestate trends – both urban and suburban, including resizing, downsizing and relocating (2) the concept of JOMO (Joy of Missing Out), (3) 31% of women now out-earn their partners!, (4) Uber loses $5 billion and Amazon and FedEx | Go Global break-up, (5) market volatility continues – but what about bonds?, and (6) the rule-making “shot clock” – is time running out for any new retirement plan rules from the U.S. Department of Labor? Are there any work-arounds?
- The Morning Pulse Academy | A Look at Possible Election 2020 Social Security Reform Proposals MarketWatch‘s Retirement Reporter Alessandra Malito returns to The Academy to discuss some of the proposals for restoring solvency to Social Security.
- The SECURE Act could mean big changes for advisers
- How a More Strategic Eye on Retirement Plan Design Can Alleviate Readiness Issues ; 403(b) Plan Sponsors Have Taken Steps to Prepare for Market Volatility
- Annuities do not belong in 401(k) plans
- Already operating on razor-thin margins, recordkeepers face increasingly competitive future
- Court Terminates 401(k) Plans For Blackjewel Miners ; USC Says Proposed ERISA Class Action Short On Facts
- Privacy: The Next Retirement Plan Frontier
- What Is the Most Accurate Participation Rate for Retirement Plans?
- Trading in 401(k)s spiked in trade-dispute-fueled market swoon
- Vendor Fees: The Importance Of RFPs ; Report Says Rocky Road Ahead for Recordkeepers
- Texas 403(b) law causes adviser concern over investor protection ; Kaleida Health ERISA lawsuit can proceed, judge rules ; Feds mulling involvement in CalSavers lawsuit
- What Are Plan Sponsors Worried About?
- Retirement Plan Loan Rules Becoming Flexible ; DOL Eases Auto Transfer of Left-Behind 401(k) Dollars to New Plans
- Johns Hopkins University reaches settlement with 403(b) participants ; Fidelity dogged again by 401(k) quid-pro-quo allegations
- Looking at User-Friendliness of Recordkeeper Websites
- Few 401(k) Participants Make Trades in July
- Interest Rate Cuts and the G Fund
- Cross-selling gaining prominence in retirement-plan lawsuits ; Walgreens hit with $300 million 401(k) lawsuit over target-date funds ; M&T Bank 401(k) Suit Grows to Add Record-Keeping Fee Challenge ; Fidelity, CEO Abigail Johnson wrapped up in 401(k) quid pro quo lawsuit
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