Retirement Week in Review
January 26, 2019 SUBSCRIBE
- The Morning Pulse Academy: A Primer on DB and DC Retirement Plans
- The Weekly Pulse for Sunday, January 20, 2019 In this episode: (1) The future of target date funds, (2) Millennial women hit job milestones, (3) How do millennials consume financial information?, (4) Netflix prices go up; 80 million viewers check out ‘Bird Box’, (5) Markets jump; active managers see a decline of $143 billion in December and (6) Allocating fees in a retirement plan. This week’s special guest is SECOR Asset Management‘s Gretchen Tai.
- Participants react to December drop — or did they?
- FMCC approves early-retirement incentives
- 6 Important Tasks Too Many 401k Plan Sponsors Ignore
- Study Suggests ‘Optimal’ Range of 401(k) Investment Categories
- Bill Provides Retirement Plan Withdrawal Relief for Employees Affected by Government Shutdown
- What type of fiduciary should retirement plan advisers be?
- A New ‘Presumption’ of Prudence ; Silver State Fiduciary Reg Skips Over ERISA Exemption ; Maryland Seeks To Place Brokers, Agents Under A ‘Fiduciary’ Standard ; 5 Retirement Proposals to Watch in Washington
- IBM Denied Rehearing of Rare 401(k) Lawsuit Revival
- 401(k) investors leave risk assets in 2018 ; DC Plan Sponsors Still Shunning Annuities ; Why 401(k) Growth Is Flattening
- 401(k) plan sponsors laser-focused on fees
- Furloughed Federal Workers Using 401(k)s Need Help, Toomey Says
- Shutdown puts regulatory action in fog of uncertainty for industry
- Auto drawdown on way to becoming new mainstay
- Bipartisan Legislation Proposed to Promote Student Loan Repayment Retirement Benefits
- Details Available About Duke University 403(b) Lawsuits Settlement
- Duke University settles in ERISA fiduciary cases, agrees to pay $10.65 million
- Best Interest and Best Practices #13: Why Wait Until After You are Sued?
- 2019 Could Be Banner Year for ESG in ERISA Plans
- Bill Would Let Federal Employees Tap Their TSP Funds During Shutdown
- Defense Department successfully closes Blended Retirement System opt-in window
ABOUT THE FOUNDER
Jeffrey H. Snyder currently serves as Founder, CEO for 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 200,000 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.