- My Parents Can’t Afford to Retire Early, and I’m Terrified That They’ll Have to Start Working Again ; More than half of workers are forced to retire early ; Unexpected Retirement Costs Can be Big ; How The Pandemic Is Making The Retirement Crisis Worse — And What To Do About It ; Here’s Why Your 401(k) Balance Doesn’t Matter During a Pandemic
- 1 money management apps to help you get your financial health in order ; If I retire, should I be debt-free or keep my mortgage? ; Do Safe Haven Investments Really Exist?
- The Cost to Fix Social Security Rose $2.9 Trillion in 2020
- The Devil In The Details Of Annuities
- Higher Education in the Age of Coronavirus ; State System of Higher Education votes to freeze tuition for second consecutive year ; Think Twice, Mnuchin Tells Prep Schools Seeking Virus Loans
- As the Fed holds rates steady, mortgage rates drop to a new all-time low
- 2020 Priorities of Aging Baby Boomers
- Dear Annie: Loving grandson shares poem about aging
- Why Your Immune System Declines as You Age — and 5 Things to Do About It
- New reality is an opportune time to review your estate plan
- American hospitals have lost dozens of medical workers to the coronavirus.
- Coronavirus antibody tests are still work in progress
- Local healthcare offices have had to change the way they do things during COVID-19
- US coronavirus stimulus went to some healthcare providers facing criminal inquiries
- What Are Healthcare’s Biggest Cybersecurity Weak Spots? ; Healthcare Targeted By More Attacks But Less Sophistication
- Many lacked equipment, reliable internet when shifting to remote work
- Artificial Intelligence can’t technically invent things, says patent office
- Zoom Does Not Have 300 Million Daily Active Users ; Hacking Zoom: Billions of assets at risk as advisors wing it on tech
- COVID-19 Drives Digital Adoption, But Still Leaves Millions Behind ; This sophisticated new Android trojan threatens hundreds of financial apps
- Apple earnings dip amid coronavirus pandemic, but investors set to receive billions more ; Surging Tech Stocks Nearly Push Nasdaq Out of the Red
- Quibi, JetBlue, Others Leaked Millions of Emails ; Machines Protecting Themselves – The Future of Cybersecurity ; Shore Up Your Cybersecurity
- Despite a fall in fintech deals Stash closed $112 million in funding
- Coronavirus crisis could bring new wave of early retirement: report ; Personal Savings Rates Actually Jumped in March ; TSP funds rebound after dismal March
- UAB makes changes to employee retirement plan, develops plans for reopening services
- Stable Value 2020: Parallels To 2008
- When should advisors attend conferences again?
- Plan Sponsor Due Diligence in a Demanding Time for Recordkeepers
- Barrick Gold Faces Lawsuit About 401(k) Investment Selections ; University of Miami Faces Lawsuit Over 403(b) Plan Fees
- Trump weighs banning US$50 billion of US federal savings from holding MSCI emerging market stocks, including Chinese equities
- Public Pension Fund Debt Expected to Reach ‘All-Time High’ ; A State Pension Bailout Even Mitch McConnell Can Support ; What Employers Might Expect from Multiemployer Pension Plans Following COVID-19 Crisis
- Timely derisking helps Texas Employees weather tough quarter
- S&P says NJ might cut pensions, delay payments, amid COVID-19 recession
- Pension trustees look at options for state system
- American Airlines to defer pension contributions under CARES Act
- Will pensions be ‘on the chopping block’ in recession? California Supreme Court to hear case
- Was CalPERS Right to Unwind Its Tail-Risk Program?
- Pandemic Relief May Change Pension Equation For McClatchy
- DC versus DB schemes during the crisis ; Considering the investment options for variable benefits
- Peru to permit withdrawals from private pensions
- Canadian Defined Benefit Plans Have Worst Quarter in 12 Years
- Pensions Regulator freezes transfers out of final salary pension schemes
- Top EU Court Rules Italy Can Tax Public Pensions of Expatriates
- Norway wealth fund chief cleared of ethics breach
- COVID-19 raises pension fraud threat level
- 30 million have sought US unemployment aid since virus hit ; Investors’ Confidence Lifts US Stocks to Best Month Since 1987 ; Consumer Spending Fell 7.5% in March ; Fed Chair Powell ready to toss small businesses another lifeline
- Currencies to Back as the Global Economy Emerges From Covid-19 ; New Measures of Social Distancing Could Be This Generation’s GDP
- Weekly Fund Inflows Fall 76% As Market Rallies; Equity Loses $9.4 Billion ; More ETFs Closed So Far This Year Than Launched. ; Index ETF fees falling faster than indexed mutual funds ; ETF Industry Is Providing Investors with A Better Choice
- AAA: Not Since February, Gas Prices Shoot Up ; Oil posts first weekly gain in a month on signs of supply easing
- The World Is Still Producing More Oil Than It Needs. Why? ; Oxford University Bans Fossil Fuel Investments; A wake-up call for advisors on climate-related investing
- With European Economy in Record Drop, Central Bank Gives Aid ; Spain Sees GDP Growth Down 9.2 Percent In 2020 ; France GDP down by 5.8 pct in Q1 2020, sharpest fall since 1949 ; Six African Central Banks Cut Interest Rates This Week
- The Billion Dollar Hedge Fund Club: Who’s Up, Who’s Down ; Underperfoming the index can scar hedge fund managers careers, study finds ; Massive dislocations in the fixed income marketplace creates opportunities for top hedge funds ; Event-driven hedge funds harness beta to outperform
- Private Equity Poised to Face a Reckoning After Gilded Decade ; Amid the pandemic, private equity fortifies Midwest factories ; What Happens When Private-Equity Firms Start Making Deals Again? ; A Private Equity Firm Is Blocked From Buying .Org
- The fallacy of ‘normal’: How the coronavirus will reboot venture capital
- 90 Percent of Cryptocurrency Firms May Be Bankrupt in Six Months: Swiss Blockchain Federation
- Gov. Whitmer signs order to restart construction, real estate on May 7 ; Three Ways To Market Your Real Estate Deal While Social Distancing
- How are Family Offices Restructuring Their Portfolios Due to Covid-19 ; How family office’s next generation are managing the crisis
ABOUT THE FOUNDER
Jeffrey H. Snyder currently serves as Founder for The Morning Pulse, Inc and lead anchor for the Broadcast Retirement Network Considered an “industry insider”, thought-leader and an independent voice on retirement, personal finance and related issues, he has appeared in both television and print discussing the issues related to retirement and the capital markets.
ABOUT THE BROADCAST RETIREMENT NETWORK
The Broadcast Retirement Network (BRN) is the first lifestyle media platform focused on helping Americans achieve financial independence and to make retirement and savings culturally relevant. The content is informative and engages the viewer. Most importantly – No agendas, no sales pitches, no product pushes.
Our morning show, BRN AM, provides an assessment of daily issues so that Americans can create a plan of action for themselves and their families. BRN AM focuses on delivering headline news via brief interviews with real Americans working toward their financial goals.
Unlike financial shows which prioritize institutional investment managers and public policy organizations, BRN AM is a lifestyle show that brings the stories and ideas of regular Americans to the forefront. We engage with a range of topics pertaining to retirement, focusing individual episodes on personal finance, healthcare, social security, home-ownership and so on to provide viewers with the full picture regarding the future of financial security in America.