Lawmakers Want Yet Another Comment Period on DOL Fiduciary Rule
Meanwhile, investor advocacy group Better Markets warns DOL not to get “stuck in an infinite feedback loop of public comments.”
Servicemembers Like Their Pension System but Support Reform
While two-thirds of career servicemembers support plans to add defined-contribution elements to their retirement system, most prefer the current system for themselves, a survey found.
Popular Social Security Claiming Strategy Gutted in Budget Bill
The changes to Social Security spousal benefits will be "devastating," Kotlikoff said.
The Inherited Roth Rollover: How to Avoid Unpleasant Surprises
The rules on rolling over inherited retirement funds into an inherited Roth IRA are complicated, lawyers Robert Bloink and William Byrnes warn.
401(k) vs. Pension: Which Is Better?
Here is a look at 4 stakeholder views on the question of 401(k)’s efficacy, or inadequacy, in preparing the country for retirement.
8 Huge Financial Meltdowns by Major League Baseball Players
Poor investments, scam artists and just plain old profligate spending are pitfalls some players can’t avoid.
Bill to Stop DOL Fiduciary Rule Passes House
The House passed by a 245-186 vote Rep. Ann Wagner’s bill to stop DOL from moving forward on its fiduciary rule.
Returns Higher for Managed Account Users: Study
A new white paper posits that investors who aren’t using a managed account solution aren’t just struggling to keep up, they’re falling behind.
Saving for Retirement: The Rewards of Starting Young
The median 55- to 59-year-old has three times as much money saved as the median worker over 60, Wells Fargo found. Why? They started earlier.
Retirement Income Group to Offer Online Course
The nine-week class offered by RIIA aims to help advisors achieve the retirement management analyst (RMA) designation.