The Weekly Pulse for Sunday, June 2, 2019

In this episode: (1) More reaction on the SECURE Act, (2) Catching up on financial literacy initiatives: a mock trading day for students, (3) work-life balance and a parental-leave lawsuit, (4) an Apple foldable phones and the Uber Q1 report, (5) free trade and the countdown to Tariffs, (6) the impact of the First American data breach on home buyers, (7) the pros and cons of annuities in retirement plans and (8) an update on the SEC’s Regulation Best Interest  – the retirement version of Game of Thrones – and a plaintiff lawyer copies the #LegalEagles. This week’s special guest is The Pew Charitable TrustsJohn Scott, Director of The Retirement Savings Project.

Featuring the expert analysis of: Grant Sabatier, Oliver Renick, Kevin Kelly, Jacob Passy, Alessandra Malito, Natalie Walters, Daniel Kline, Devin Banerjee, CFA, Kevin Walsh, David Levine, Rebecca Maxcy, Lydia Ramsey and Tara Falcone.

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