401(k) Strategies Even the Lazy Can Love: ASPPA Summit
Workplaces that make employees opt out of retirement plans instead of opting in have 90% participation rates.
Advisors ‘Energized’ Over Fee Disclosure, Fiduciary Rules: ASPPA’s Graff
"Obviously advisors are concerned about the proposals, but NAPA has energized them," Brian Graff, CEO and executive director of ASPPA, told AdvisorOne in an interview on Tuesday.
401(k) Fee Disclosure Rules ‘Good for Participants,’ Labor Official Says at ASPPA Summit
“Retirement historically has been about accumulation. Now it’s all about decumulation,” Michael Davis, deputy assistant secretary of labor, told Brian Graff at the 2012 ASPPA 401(k) Summit on Monday in New Orleans.
For Advisors, Social Media Is ‘Social Capital’: ASPPA 401(k) Summit
LinkedIn specifically, and social media overall, is a way to attract and retain clients at a low cost, said the panel that included Dr. Bruce Johnston, president and CEO of Advisolocity.
Froehlich Sees Europe, China Shaking Up Economy—In a Good Way: ASPPA Summit
Bob Froehlich, executive vice president and chief investment strategist for The Hartford, sees Europe avoiding recession and China resolving its food inflation issues, he said at the 2012 ASPPA 401(k) Summit on Monday.
At ASPPA, TD Ameritrade Shows Focus on Retirement Space
At ASPPA 401(k) Summit, TDAI looks to partner with advisors entering qualified plan business: The 'right place, right time' for advisors to get into the business.
ASPPA’s Hoffman to Obama: Preserve Retirement Plan Tax Benefits
Craig Hoffman, ASPPA’s general counsel and director of regulatory affairs, sat with AdvisorOne on Sunday for an exclusive interview at the organization’s 401(k) summit in New Orleans.
At ASPPA, Top Retirement Advisors Realize ‘Fiduciary Is a Verb’
A panel of top advisors took the stage during the afternoon keynote at ASPPA’s 401(k) Summit on Sunday, all of whom were nominated for the 2012 401(k) Advisor Leadership Award sponsored by Morningstar Inc.
At ASPPA 401(k) Summit, Matalin & Carville Offer Jokes, Jabs
With annual GDP of less than 3%, President Obama is "a weak incumbent, but he’s going to win,” Carville said. “Romney is an even weaker frontrunner."