Retirement Week in Review
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- The Morning Pulse Academy: Student Loan and Household Debt Trends
- The Weekly Pulse for Sunday, January 27, 2019 In this episode: (1) The disconnect between what plan sponsors say, what participants hear, (2) building over-the-top networks and creating compelling content, (3) employees vulnerable to be replacement by automation (4) the pitfalls of loans available to federal workers and (5) new state fiduciary rules. Special guests this week: Greg Jenkins, CFA, Invesco US and Driss Sekkat, Broadcast Management Group, Inc.
- DC Plan Sponsors Seek to Keep Assets in Their Plans
- Are Managed 401(k) Accounts Worth the Cost?
- Litigation Concerns Continue to Hamper 401(k) Plan Innovation
- Sanders’ Tweet on Retirement Savings
- DC Plans’ Main Focus in 2019 Is Fees: Survey
- Billion-Dollar Retirement Scam: Who Ya Gonna Call? SEC, CFTC?
- Another Bill Would Allow Access to TSP Funds During Shutdown ; Churches Urge Quick Passage of Church Plan Clarification Legislation ; Are class-action waivers in the future of ERISA plans?
- American Century Beats 401(k) Class Action After Trial ; University of Rochester Excessive Fee Suit Voluntarily Dismissed
- Maryland, Nevada Push for State-Level Fiduciary Rules
- How advisers can help 401(k) clients with auto-rollovers ; Sidecar accounts can help plug 401(k) leakage — to an extent
- Slotkin Co-Sponsors Bill To Assist Federal Workers During Shutdown
- More States Advance Their Own Fiduciary Rules
- Putnam Asks Supreme Court to Weigh In On Fund Comparisons in ERISA Cases ; Retiree Groups Back Northwestern ERISA Suit In 7th Circ. ; Plaintiff drops ERISA suit against University of Rochester, 403(b) plan fiduciaries
- Addressing Employees’ Financial Wellness DC Plan Sponsors’ Top Priority in 2019
- Most common DC funds lose $170 billion in Q4
- Johnson & Johnson sued for violating ERISA duties in three 401(k) plans
- Georgetown University Defeats Retirement Plan Fee Litigation and “If a Cat Were a Dog, It Would Bark” ; Cornell Seeks Quick Win In ERISA Class Action
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Jeffrey H. Snyder currently serves as Founder and Creator 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 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.