529 College Plan Bill to Be Debated in Senate Committee
The bill is intended to "modernize" 529 plans and would designate computers as a qualified expense, among other provisions.
Fund Fees Plunge Thanks to Investors
Fund expenses are coming down, but don’t thank the financial services industry.
To Maximize the Value of IRAs, Take Action When Client Is 69
IRA owners will say the year in which you turn 70 ½ is most critical, but it's the prior year when clients can reduce RMDs.
Senate Democrats Push Back on DOL Fiduciary Plan
The Obama administration plan to tighten rules on brokers is facing blowback from the president’s own party.
A 401(k) Plan With Real-Life Behavior in Mind
The Dream Forward plan, to be launched for the public soon, shows participants how to balance retirement savings with short-term goals.
DOL Not Budging on Fiduciary Rule Comment Period
Labor Secretary Thomas Perez says that the current timeline, including a hearing and another chance to comment, is "a long time."
Robo-Advisors a Potential Threat but Coexistence Is Possible: Survey
Advisors are "not sure if robo-advisors are their enemy, friend or frenemy," says Todd Clarke, CEO of CLS Investments.
Is the DOL’s New Proposal Really a New Broker Standard?
As I make my way through the DOL’s proposed rule changes for brokers, the sentence that keeps running through my mind is: “We’ve been had.”
Retirement Confidence Continues to Rise: EBRI
Whether or not Americans have a retirement savings plan is a key factor in their outlook about having an affordable retirement.
The Cadillac of Taxes: Not Just for Luxury Health Savings Vehicles
The types of benefits that will be subject to the Affordable Care Act’s “Cadillac tax” may be surprising.