9 Milestones in the Rise and Fall of American Pensions
Some of these events still affect retirement plans today.
Chevron 401(k) Case Dismissed
A case against the fiduciaries of Chevron's 401(k) plan was dismissed. Is this a harbinger for other pending 401(k) lawsuits?
Why College 403(b) Plans Are Such a Juicy Target for Lawsuits
The retirement plans haven’t caught up to tighter rules implemented in 2009, lawyers say.
Top 10 Retirement Planning Mistakes Lawyers Make
Big-firm lawyers may be smart and successful, but they make retirement planning mistakes just like everyone else, say financial planners.
Insurers to ‘Have Their Butts Sued Off’ Under DOL Fiduciary Rule: NAFA Lawyer
In the first hearing in a series of lawsuits, NAFA argues the DOL fiduciary rule embodies overreach to do things Congress never intended.
What Advisors May Not Know About the DOL Fiduciary Rule
Pension law attorney Marcia Wagner lays out not just the basics of the rule but some details that may surprise you.
DOL Finalizes State-Run Retirement Plan Rules
Labor wants to see more states, even cities, launch auto-enroll plans, especially for small businesses without retirement plans for workers.
DOL Fiduciary Rule Heads to Court, and Here’s What to Expect
Here’s a snapshot of the action unfolding Thursday, when a judge takes up NAFA’s request for a preliminary injunction against the rule.
Time for Fed to Normalize Rates: LPL's White
The chief investment officer of the IBD says that low interest rates are doing more economic harm than good.
Could Student Debt Swing the Presidential Election?
College students and their parents consider debt a bigger election issue than hot-button topics like unemployment and immigration, a poll finds, and they vote in large numbers.