Retirement Week in Review
- The Weekly Pulse for Sunday, April 28, 2019 In this episode: (1) MEPs, consolidation and fees – a look at some of the latest financial industry research, (2) GDP rises to 3.2%, but are there concerns about growth?, (3) Amazon’s free two-day shipping becoming one day shipping, The Office leaving Netflix, (4) Grant goes to Canada: An update from the Financial Freedom book tour, (5) NJ joins the rank of state-sponsored retirement plans, what’s next? Why are some folks fussin’? and (6) Vanderbilt settles its 403(b) law suit, but there are ramifications for data privacy. Special guest this week is Cerulli Associates’ Bing Waldert.
- The Morning Pulse Academy | Participant Data Use in a Post-#GDPR World
- What AI reveals about 401(k) participants’ knowledge gaps
- US congress Moves ahead with retirement Legislation – What does this mean to you ; Thaler pushing retirement income idea
- Why 401(k) advisers should stress-test client portfolios
- TSP Modernization Act Offers Way to Avoid Roth Tax Trap
- Vanderbilt 403(b) Decision Marks Emerging Data Issues for Fiduciaries
- Cigna Slams Workers’ Sanctions Bid Over Benefit Calculations ; Ruling in ERISA Case Lets Adviser Partly off the Hook
- Auto enrollment not an option for most government DC plans
- Congress mulls proposal to help plan sponsors offer annuities
- Thaler pushing retirement income idea ; Criticism of Richard Thaler proposal must not prevent discussion
- Sweeping Retirement Bills Tee Up Big Debate ; Congress should let innovation fuel lifetime income projections; Where Are We in the Fight For 401k Auto-Portability?
- Finra panel awards $454813 to lawyer who says Morgan Stanley mismanaged retirement fund
- How and Why to Simplify DC Plan Investment Menus ; Providers Look to End the ESG Performance Debate
- Vanderbilt 403(b) settlement raises new red flag for sponsors, recordkeepers ; Intel Workers Tell SCOTUS to Pass on Private Equity 401(k) Case
- More turning to Supreme Court for ERISA relief
- DOL guidance down to trickle; enforcement up
- Congress can retire the retirement crisis
- Financial wellness programs give retirement plan recordkeepers holistic opportunity
- Retirement Plan Design Deserves Plansponsor Attention
- For DC plans, change can be good
- Insurance lobby plans blitz to get retirement bills through Congress quickly
- It’s Not Just Millennials and Women Interested in ESG Investing
- City National liable for self-dealing in 401(k) plan – 9th Circuit ; Safeway Settles Twin 401(k) Would-be Class Suits Ahead of Trial
- Gavel to Gavel: New 401(k) plan design could help repay student loans
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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.
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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 350,000 individuals, 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.