U.S. Retirement Crisis Is Real: NIRS
A pair of surveys released in March by the National Institute for Retirement Security shows that the country is facing a retirement crisis.
New Hire Roundup: Morningstar Shuffles Leadership
Meanwhile, the SEC has appointed a new equity market structure committee, which includes FINRA CEO Richard Ketchum.
Lawmakers Air Concerns About DOL Fiduciary Redraft
Lawmakers air concerns about the upcoming DOL fiduciary redraft release, lay out plans to ensure next Congress keeps the current retirement planning tax incentives intact
More Middle- to High-Income College Students Graduate With Debt
In 2012, 62% of students from upper-middle income households left college with debt — two decades ago, that number was 34%.
Frustrated States Push to Fill Small-Business Retirement Gap
Seventeen states are at some stage of legislating state-administered plans that hope to deliver retirement plan access to small employers.
Top 5 Issues Reshaping Retirement Planning in 2014
These are the biggest forces shaping the new reality of retirement. Be prepared.
GOP Jumps on Minimum Wage Job-Loss Report
The CBO report said boosting the minimum wage may cost as many as 500,000 people their jobs.
After MyRA Unveiling, Obama Still Gets Mixed Reviews on Retirement
Attempt to widen retirement account access gets praise, but Obama draws fire for saying savings incentives in the tax code neglect the middle class.
AICPA Attacks DOL Fiduciary Plan’s ESOP Language
AICPA urges lawmakers to support bills that would ensure independent appraisers of ESOP are not designated as fiduciaries.
Sen. Harkin Floats Bill to Help Charities, Co-Ops Offer Pensions
Sen. Tom Harkin, D-Iowa, chairman of the Senate Health Education Labor & Pensions (HELP) Committee, introduced legislation Tuesday that would make it easier for charities and cooperatives to continue to offer pensions to their employees.