Social Security Tax Break Should Go to 401(k)s: The Hartford
The Hartford Financial Services Group is encouraging Americans to redirect the recently implemented two-percentage point reduction in Social Security payroll taxes to their employer’s 401(k) or other defined contribution retirement plan.
Hartford: Americans Rely on Social Security for Higher Percentage of Retirement Income
Five-year study finds sharp increase in daily living and retirement concerns.
The Hartford Says ‘Pre-Retirees’ Have Grim Outlook
Pre-retirees, those 60 or older, "see twilight at the end of the tunnel," according to a new survey from The Hartford released Thursday.
The Hartford Names Ritchey to Run Retirement Plans
The Hartford Financial Services Group on Tuesday, July 27, announced that Sharon Ritchey had been named executive vice president of retirement plans.
The Hartford Financial Celebrates 200th Anniversary
The Hartford Financial on Monday, May 10, celebrated its 200th anniversary, and to commemorate the company's incorporation date, CEO Liam E. McGee and CFO Christopher J. Swift rang the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange.
New Faith-Based Funds Aim to Increase Sales in Non-Profit Sector
Boomers looking for investments that reflect their beliefs can take advantage of three new fund families offered by The Hartford. The company recently announced it...
B/D Briefing: Alignment Time
In late September 2009, Patrick McEvoy changed jobs, moving from the presidency of Multi-Financial Securities, part of the ING broker/dealer network, to become president and...
The Healthcare Scare
With Medicare set to hit insolvency in 2018 or 2019, according to most predictions, and doctors' fees and insurance premiums escalating to new highs, healthcare is perhaps the most important issue on the American agenda today. Research conducted by Hartford, Connecticut-based Hartford Financial Services in partnership with Massachusetts Institute of...
The Hartford is on a buying spree. In December, Simsbury, Connecticut-based The Hartford Financial Services Group acquired three businesses--TopNoggin, Sun Life Retirement Services, and Princeton...
FSI's Murphy Upbeat About '08
New Financial Services Institute (FSI) Chairman Brian Murphy is upbeat about the organization's agenda for 2008. Murphy is looking to "carry on" the work of his predecessors at FSI, which has been an effective advocate for the independent broker/dealer community, especially with lawmakers and regulators.