The Biggest Concerns of Not-for-Profit Plan Sponsors: TIAA Report
TIAA suggests ways plan sponsors can prepare employees for successful retirement.
Why Individual Investors Support Fiduciary Rule: Financial Engines Survey
A survey from the nation's biggest 401(k) advisor found that 93% of Americans want advisors working on retirement accounts to put client interests first.
Even Fiduciary Champions Push DOL to Change Rule
Comments from fiduciary rule supporters, like the Investment Adviser Association and Vanguard, urged the Labor Department for revisions.
GOP Proposes Radical Change to 401(k) System
Move to Roth system could have unintended consequences, including killing employers' incentives to offer defined contribution plans.
Trump Nullifies Muni-Run IRA Plans
President Donald Trump on Thursday undid the Department of Labor’s Obama-era rule intended to help states develop payroll deduction IRA plans.
Do Too Many Rules Really Lead to Bad Advice?
Regular readers will probably not be surprised that I have a few problems with Don Trone’s take on United Airlines and the “Fiduciary Paradox.”
What to Do When the DOL Comes Knocking
The auditors could come after health plans, retirement plans, or all plans.
ThinkLeader: Deep Dive — Norm Champ Digs Into New Book About SEC
In this video, Champ discusses his new book and talks about the SEC, Jay Clayton and how to stop the next financial crisis.
3-2-1: ThinkLeader! Norm Champ, Ex-SEC Director of Investment Management
In this quick video, Champ answers three questions: 1) Favorite movie about finance, 2) Favorite superhero, and 3) What economic trend scares him the most.
DOL Fiduciary Rule Foes Say Delay Falls Short of Trump Order
Ken Bentsen, president and CEO of SIFMA, sees problems with Labor's "convoluted" ruling.