Financial Engines’ Managed Accounts Surpass $1 Trillion
The Sunnyvale, California-based company now has a presence in 144 of the Fortune 500’s defined contribution plans.
DOL Urged to Hold Off on Proposed Fee Guide
A group of business organizations turned up the heat this week in its campaign against a proposed DOL fee disclosure guide.
Retirement Industry Plans National Ad Campaign
Some of the industry’s biggest players are gathering this week to lay the groundwork for a campaign aimed at turning more Americans into “super savers.”
Managed Accounts: Next Up for Reform?
The recent GAO report on 401(k) managed accounts raised some pretty serious questions about their worthiness.
Supreme Court Examines Company-Stock Retirement Plans
Fifth Third Bancorp v. Dudenhoeffer could open the door for more lawsuits aimed at companies offering their own stock in 401(k)s.
Boomer Brain Drain Has Nonprofits on Edge
A report from the Plan Sponsor Council of America found nonprofits are expecting to lose at least 10% of their work force to retirement.
Americans to Congress: Hands Off Our Retirement Accounts
A survey released by the Coalition to Protect Retirement found 87% of Americans think retirement accounts should be “off limits” to Congress.
403(b) Plans Are Ripe With Opportunity for Advisors
The public-sector pension crisis could help boost the profile of the only other retirement savings vehicle that governments, schools and public hospitals can rely on to help employees save for retirement.
403(b) Plan Contributions Rising
Plan sponsors and participants in 403(b) plans increased their contributions to retirement plans in 2012, according to the Plan Sponsor Council of America.
11 Senators Unite on Resolution to Protect Retirement Tax Incentives
With fiscal cliff negotiations putting tax incentives for retirement savings potentially on the chopping block, 11 senators have voiced their support for the employer-based retirement system by joining forces on a Sense of the Congress resolution.