Bipartisan Bill Would Allow Electronic Delivery of 401(k) Statements
Receiving Electronic Statements to Improve Retiree Earnings (RETIRE) Act would cut out wasteful, expensive paper trail
Are You Selling Enough for MDRT?
The group is increasing the production goals by about as much as it increased them last year.
Lawyers Say Fed Regulators Will Scrutinize Aetna-CVS Deal
Dealmakers tend to view the DOJ antitrust reviewers as more political than the FTC reviewers.
U.S. Premature Death Impact Climbs for Third Straight Year
Death rates from both cardiovascular disease and occupational fatalities rose.
FINRA, Herbers Offer 2 New Educational Opportunities for Advisors
Angie Herbers rolls out Beyond U for online training, while FINRA partners with Georgetown to offer a regulatory designation.
5 LTC Thoughts From a Top Nationwide Executive
Eric Henderson says his company may explore a new hybrid frontier.
For Bitcoin Wise Man, ICOs Are Real Crypto Bubble Ready to Burst
Those without working projects did best in the first trading month; almost two-thirds of coin sales with testable projects slumped.
SIFMA Sees SEC Fiduciary Rule Proposal Within 18 Months
The lobbying group takes SEC Chairman Jay Clayton "at his word" that the rule is a top priority, CEO Ken Bentsen says.
The Hidden Stock Market Price of Falling for the Dividend Ruse
A favorite theory of financial economists is that stock dividends are a free-money mirage. Research says almost everyone falls for it.
401(k) Tax Changes Would Slash Retirement Savings: Wells Fargo Survey
Without tax deferral, 401(k) savings would plummet, a Wells Fargo-Gallup survey found.