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The U.S. Supreme Court argued Tuesday over the on-going fiduciary role of retirement plans to monitor investments.
Cetera Financial Group is partnering with Envestnet to build out a retirement plan platform across its network of nine different broker-dealers.
Public worker unions and others who back traditional pensions over 401(k)-style plans got ammunition on Tuesday from a new study that shows U.S...
The majority of people surveyed in a recent poll are concerned about the government's ability to fund promised pensions and that taxes will be raised to meet these obligations.
The U.S. has ranked 19th for three consecutive years in a Natixis survey that ranks countries on their ability to provide financial security and overall well being for retirees.
After excluding households that had saved nothing, the median account balance of people 55 to 64 was $104,000, says a report by the Center for American Progress.
The Obama administration is proposing a cap on how much money a person can have in all of her retirement accounts combined, suggesting a ceiling of more than $3 million per person.
Fewer Americans have retirement plans than a year ago and five years ago, according to a new ICI study.
One of President Obama’s top economic advisors said abusive trading practices are costing workers billions of dollars in retirement savings each year.
Business groups have asked the Supreme Court to rule that company retirement plans can continue investing in retail mutual funds.
The national debate fanned by President Obama over new fiduciary standards for financial advisors shows that the country is veering too much toward punishment, says expert Donald Trone.
Although many young people escape poverty as they get older, many others do not and need help, says this columnist.
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