Stark Statistics, Glimmers of Hope at DC Retirement Summit
The bad news: 4 out of 10 older Americans have no retirement savings. The good news: those with employer retirement plans are far more ready to retire. The challenge: getting Congress to act and lower-income savers to prepare.
Dodd-Frank: Here to Stay
If Republicans “run the table in this year’s elections, it is certainly possible that some of the more controversial provisions of the Dodd-Frank Act may be revisited,” said David Tittsworth, executive director of the Investment Adviser Association (IAA) in Washington.
Fate of Dodd-Frank Likely Rests in Election Results
With the two-year anniversary of the passage of the Dodd-Frank Act on July 21, industry officials are weighing in on the law’s progress.
NAACP, Partners Launch Financial Education Program
The NAACP announced Friday that, with partners that include Wells Fargo, the National Foundation on Credit Counseling, and the Financial Planning Association, it is launching the Financial Freedom Center Satellite program.