The End of the 401(k)?
Let's declare 2015 the year we officially recognize 401(k) plans as a failed experiment in retirement planning. And let's give some credit for that to plaintiffs’ attorneys, the Supreme Court and the Department of Labor.
Communicating So Clients Really Listen
According to the British bank Lloyds, the average person's attention span these days is five minutes. Does that startle you? It should.
Pension Advocates Blast Budget’s Premium Hike
“It is simply unacceptable that members of Congress of both parties...view pension plans as a piggy bank," American Benefits Council president says.
The Dangers of Too Much Liquidity
Which is better, a lump sum or an annuity?
Bernanke Wants Austerity, Just Not Now: Bob Seawright
Even if we don’t go over the “fiscal cliff” at year’s end, the cries for governmental austerity will only grow louder.
SEC Charges Former NAPFA Chairman in $47M Fraud
The SEC charged Mark Spangler, a former chairman of NAPFA, with defrauding clients by secretly investing their money in two risky startup companies he co-founded.