Retirement Week in Review
FEBRUARY 16, 2019 SUBSCRIBE
- The Morning Pulse Academy: Tech Lessons – Evaluating and Assessing a Tech Company
- The Weekly Pulse for Sunday, February 10, 2019 In this episode: (1) Mutual Fund and ETF Innovation, (2) Consumer Protection Bureau Cripples New Rules for Payday Loans, (3) Tackling the challenge of improving Americans’ financial literacy, (4) Earnings season is here; what does it mean for equity markets, tech companies? and (5) State fiduciary rules e.g.: Nevada, New York and Maryland; what are the takeaways for employers and service providers? Special guest this week is Pageant Media‘s Dervedia Thomas.
- Forget the 401(k). Let’s Invent a New Retirement Plan.
- The US Owns Most of the World’s Retirement Assets ; Americans Pleased with Current 401(k) System, Oppose Changes
- Small Steps Can Have a Large Impact on Retirement Saving
- More service providers looking to managed accounts to stem 401(k) outflows
- Survey Reveals How Employers Can Improve Wellbeing Program Outcomes
- Look to the states for a new vision for a new year
- Georgetown Prevails In ERISA Fee Litigation Case ; GE Employees Ask Judge to Let Early Win in 401(k) Fight Stand
- DC assets take larger piece of retirement pie, Thinking Ahead Institute finds ; ‘Weakly Designed, Untidily Executed’ — And Bigger Than Ever ; Commentary: Increasing the efficiency of retirement savings ; Wrong! Zweig Zeros In on 401k Fix
- The 401(k) Term That Confuses People the Most — and What It Really Means
- EBRI Reassesses Whether DC or DB Plans Are Better for Participants
- Maryland consumer protection bill includes fiduciary duty provision
- Judge Eagles ‘Fly’ With Duke Settlement ; NYU Deems Former Federal Judges ‘So-Called Experts’ ; Schwab Can’t Shake Fiduciary Claim In 401(k) Plan Dispute
- Defined Contribution Plan Balances Tumble 10% in Q4 ; DC plans get vote of confidence in new survey
- HR Executives Again Named In 401(K) Lawsuit
- What Do 2018 Midterms Mean for Retirement Policy and Legislation?
- Maryland joins other states pursuing fiduciary standards
- Do 401(k) plan sponsors even think this belongs in their job description?
- A Comprehensive Re-evaluation Needed to Better Promote Future Retirement Security
- TSP Proposes New Shutdown Loan Rules, OPM Considers Health Care Portal, and More
- Will Changes to Hardship Withdrawal Rules Lead to More Plan Leakage?
- Retirement savings bill re-introduced in House with bipartisan backing ; Senate Committee Looks at Answers to ‘Looming Crisis’ ; Comprehensive Bill To Aid Retirement Security Likely To Pass House This Year Says Ways & Means Chair
- MassMutual Wins Lawsuit Over Stable Value Fund Spread
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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
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