Retirement Week in Review
- The Weekly Pulse for Sunday, March 31, 2019 In this episode: (1) Drug prices on the rise, (2) No Savings for Half of Older Adults, (3) He Said/She Said – Apple’s new media services – should Netflix be nervous?, (4) 4th quarter GDP revisions and a softening of Fed policy, (5) Auto enrollment may be hurting retirement savings? and (6) A court blocked key parts of DOL’s Association Health Plan rule and the Congress takes up the RESA bill again. We’re talking #healthcare with special guest, Business Insider’s Senior Healthcare Reporter, Lydia Ramsey. And welcome to The Motley Fool’s tech reporter Dan Kline who joins our team of able contributors.
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- House committee passes bill to upgrade 401(k) plans amid ‘retirement income crisis’
- Firm Launches Service to Monitor Retirement Plan Advisers
- Smaller employers tackle financial wellness ; New Jersey Creates Auto-IRA Program
- 10th Circ. Hands Money Managers Good News ; Putnam Again Presses for SCOTUS Review in 401(k) Lawsuit ; Marathon 401(k) case is another win for Schlichter and workers
- The Downside of Mandatory Retirement-Plan Contributions
- Plan Sponsors Actively Evaluating, Changing TDFs
- Lack of Investment Menu Causes Jersey Imbalance
- Court dismisses challenge to CalSavers Secure Choice program ; Help from states desperately needed ; SECURE Act would ease 401k plan access for small biz ; Retirement Overhaul Gains Traction With Senate Bill
- Retirement Plan Suit Survives GWU’s Dismissal Bid, For Now
- Questions 401k Investors, Company Sponsors Should Ask About Fidelity’s New Infrastructure Fee
- High Court’s Input Sought In Intel’s ERISA Dispute
- How the Government Gave Up on Retirement Security
- Top 5 most popular employee perks: How does your company stack up?
- 401(k) adviser fees for small plans buck compression trend; Less is More with RFPs
- Settlement reached in Tussey vs. ABB fiduciary breach case ; 10th Circuit rules for Great-West in 401(k) fund dispute ; Ex-Safeway Worker’s 401(k) Suit Needs Trial, Judge Says
- New Jersey becomes latest state to establish Secure Choice savings program
- Requiring Auto-Enrollment: Lessons from UK Retirement Plans
- Why Consider ‘In-Retirement’ Income Solutions?
- What advisors need to know about how the 403(b) market has changed over 50 years ; Northwestern Workers Stand By ERISA Suit At 7th Circ.
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Jeffrey H. Snyder currently serves as Founder and Creator of The Morning Pulse, Inc. Considered an “industry insider”, thought-leader and an independent voice, he has appeared in both television and print discussing the issues related to retirement and the capital markets. He also is the creator, producer and host of the The Weekly Pulse podcast and TV show, as well as the original series Roads2Retirement.
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