7 Ways to Avoid Picking a Bad Advisor
If a veteran Wall Street Journal editor covering wealth management gets duped by his advisor, Eric Nelson says, what chance do ordinary investors have?
Safeguarding Retirement With 401(k) Plan In-Service Withdrawals
By taking advantage of little-known IRS rules that provide for in-service 401(k) withdrawals, clients can use funds already earmarked for retirement to implement an annuity strategy while still working.
Gen X, Y Lack Investing Direction
Advisors who have focused their efforts on boomers’ retirement needs should make sure they’re not neglecting Generations X and Y.
Great-West Names President of New Retirement Group
Edmund F. Murphy III to tackle the U.S. retirement savings challenge as president of one of the largest providers in the U.S. defined contribution market.
Annuity Sales Hit 3-Year High: IRI
Citing Beacon Research and Morningstar, IRI said both fixed and variable annuities had the highest sales in three years.
Can This Government Bailout Be Avoided?
The Center for Retirement Research estimates that about 35% of multiemployer retirement plans will exhaust their assets over the next 30 years.
With BlackRock Exit, Who Will Fill Target-Date ETF Void?
ETF expert Ron DeLegge predicts Schwab market entry; meanwhile Ron Surz enters the marketplace with a loss-avoidant product.
New Hybrid Indexed Annuities Balance Market Volatility
Insurance carriers have developed a hybrid fixed indexed annuity with a built-in hedge that allows greater potential for participation in market gains.
Social Security Claiming Options: Don’t ‘Save the Date’
Social Security agents want you to get the most in benefits, but the more important issue is when you get those benefits.
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.