Retirement Week in Review
- The Weekly Pulse Podcast for Sunday, July 7, 2019
In this episode: (1) Supporting families of children with special needs with special guest Kimberly Potter, Chief Clinical Officer, The COR Behavioral Group, (2) a lopsided financial recovery, (3) relocating abroad to improve your career opportunities, (4) Amazon saves Alexa transcripts!, (5) assessing the impact of new job numbers and what could the Federal Reserve do?, (6) a look at the proposed DOL and IRS MEP guidance for “the one bad apple”, and (7) and a look at the new wave of defined benefit plan lawsuits.
- How to Keep Employees Satisfied? Start With a Strong 401k ; Employees Want Savings Options Timed With Raises
- Retirement Dilemma Continues to Vex Employers and Their Workers
- Treasury proposes curtailing ‘one bad apple’ rule for MEPs
- Fidelity Defends Class Claims of 401(k) ‘Pay-to-Play’ Scheme ; National Indemnity Workers Appeal 401(k) Loss Over Sequoia Fund; 401(k) Participants Want Cert. In Suit Against Nationwide
- Lack of 401(k) Annuitization Portability Is Mean
- Why 401k ‘Cashout Leakage’ is a Crisis
- How The IRS Would Replace The 1 Bad Apple Rule ; Fidelity says it’s entitled to alleged ‘secret payments’ in 401(k) plans
- Retirees may fare worse reinvesting their IRA or 401(k) withdrawals under the Secure Act
- The Often-Ignored Benefits of ‘Solo’ 401(k)s
- The Financial Industry Preys on 401(k) Fees. It Doesn’t Have to Be This Way.
- Lessons Learned from Earlier Recordkeeper Consolidation
- The Senate Math That Could Block SECURE Act
- Yale Workers Look To Cornell, Columbia Cases In Cert. Bid ; UPenn Workers Urge 3rd Circ. Not To Revisit Their ERISA Win ; Attys Seek $7.8M For $24M Deal In Anthem 401(k) Suit ; Putnam wants high court to rule on 401(k) plan lawsuit ; Fidelity Fights Back on FundsNetwork Fiduciary Suit
- Congress’ new SECURE Act bill is the most significant retirement plan legislation in years; DC plan sponsors not complaining about coverage for part-time workers
- Extreme investing no longer in vogue among DC plan participants
- Trends show an increase in 401(k) savings
- Retirement Benefits Improve through Congressional Actions ; States Step in to Boost 401(k) Savings
- Nationwide 401(k) Fee Class is 250000 Strong, Participant Says
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