Retirement Week in Review
- The Weekly Pulse Podcast for Sunday, August 18, 2019 In this episode: (1) CalSavers Executive Director Katie Selenski joins us to discuss recent successes of the Program since it’s July 1, 2019 rollout, (2) Ancestry.com thinks about a move in to healthcare and drug negotiations go viral, (3) the inverted yield curve and recession sentiment, (4) negative interest rate impacts on bonds, consumers and even public pensions, (5) new regulatory guidance for missing retirement plan participants, (6) negative mortgage rates in the Netherlands – could it happen in the U.S. and (7) the mindset of excluding Social Security from your retirement projections.
- The Morning Pulse Academy | Facebook’s LIBRA: Implications for the CryptoCurrency Marketplace
Facebook announces a new cryptocurrency called LIBRA and Delphi Digital’s co-founder Kevin Kelly returns to discuss the impact to the marketplace.
- Consultants Gambled Their Reputation — And It Paid Off
- A look at the legislative landscape for decumulation options in DC plans
- Stakeholders Urged to Push Retirement Policy for Presidential Election
- GE DC plan participants lose $286 million on company stock amid fraud claim
- Auto portability would reduce plan leakage – EBRI study
- Lack of transparency is hurting the 401(k) industry
- How a More Strategic Eye on Retirement Plan Design Can Alleviate Readiness Issues ; Miller: Less Investment Choice = Better Retirement Outcomes
- Custom Portfolio Fees, Allocations Questioned in ERISA Complaint
- DOL’s Final Rule on ARPs: What It Means for the Retirement Industry
- 9 ways California’s new retirement plan changes the retirement savings landscape ; States Aren’t Waiting for Washington to Offer Workers Retirement Security ; Small Employers: Look Before Leaping Into New MEP 401(k) Option
- Fidelity Defends Fees, Rejects Fiduciary Label in 401(k) Suit ; Schlichter Wins One, Loses Several in Excessive Fee Suit
- Fidelity Says Number of 401(k) Millionaires Hits Record High ; These 4 factors explain why 401(k) balances are so far below their potential
- States moving to DC pension saw higher taxpayer costs, less retirement security: report
- Charles Schwab Wins Significant Pro-Arbitration ERISA Decision ; Schlichter Settlement Highlights the Costs of Litigation
- White House reviewing DOL proposal on 401(k) plan electronic document disclosures
- DC funds feel market volatility
- Legislator Introduces Another Auto-IRA Bill
- Prospects dim on clear sailing for SECURE Act
- Non-discrimination rules top priority in SECURE Act
- Will Your Target-Date Fund Trigger a Fiduciary Lawsuit? ; Zeroing In On Fiduciary Risk Factors For 401(k) Advisors
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