TDF Providers Should Offer More Than One Series: Cerulli
Target-date fund providers should offer more than one series of TDFs to meet the myriad needs of DC plan providers, Cerulli says.
SEC Charges Ex-NFL Player With Defrauding Former Coaches, Elderly
The player cheated seniors and coaches, donors, alumni and employees of schools out of $10 million, the SEC said.
Social Security Replacement Rates Fall as Wives Earn More
Although women make up nearly half of the U.S. labor force, Social Security is still designed for single-income couples, according to CRR.
Saving for Retirement Is Leading Cause of Financial Stress: Schwab Poll
Employee 401(k) plans underpin retirement savings, but participants could do more to maximize benefits, a survey finds.
Retirement Security a Minor Concern in Election: Poll
Americans think terrorism, the economy and health care are the most important problems facing the country, according to Personal Capital's election survey.
20 Wealthiest US Olympic Athletes in Rio
Some of the athletes seeking gold this month already have a bit tucked away.
10 Worst States for Paying Off Student Loan Debt
"Where you live doesn’t just affect the value of your property; it also reflects the worth of your college degree," WalletHub says.
Lobbyists Urge California Governor to Block State-Run Retirement Plan
The bill poses risks to taxpayers while failing to expand meaningful retirement savings, says ICI, a fund industry trade group.
The Post-70 ½ Retirement Plan Contribution Rules
A client may wish to continue contributing to retirement past the age when RMDs begin, but cannot always contribute after reaching age 70 ½.
Worry Over 401(k) Fees Rises as Lawsuits Increase
Retirement plan advisors find themselves in a litigious environment as the number of lawsuits filed and settlements made regarding 401(k) plans increases.