401(k) Plans

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Living In Low Cost State Could Backfire For Retirees, Warns Think Tank

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Living in a low-cost state could backfire as a long-term retirement strategy, says a report by the National Institute for Retirement Security, because of low wages.

MetLife Says Obama Plan Threatens Ability To Advise Middle Class

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MetLife said its dual roles of offering retirement products and advising customers are threatened by the U.S. Labor Department proposal.

Are Retirement Plans Overexposed To Stocks?

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Stock gains mean older workers may have more equity risk in their portfolio than they realize, and more than recommended for their age, according to Fidelity Investments.

Economists Want You To Stop Borrowing From Your 401(K)

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U.S. retirement industry leaders are talking about the prospect of younger workers using their retirement account like an ATM.

Millennials Have A Ton Of Stock -- They Just Don't Know It

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Auto-enrollment in target-date retirement funds means young workers may have more in equities than they're comfortable with.

Fiduciary Advocates Drop 230,000 Signatures At DOL’s Doorstep

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Consumer advocates dropped an estimated 230,000 signatures at the doorstep of the DOL headquarters in a big display of support for a proposed fiduciary rule for advisors to retirement plans.

Can Technology Solve the Mystery of 401(k) Fees?

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An Israeli startup named FeeX says its automated service calculates the fees in your old 401(k)s and recommends whether a rollover (and which kind) makes sense.

The Longevity Economy Takes Root

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Extended lifespans, which will dramatically change how retirement planning and savings tools are used, can fuel economic growth, say BlackRock executives.

Key Congressman Says DOL Fiduciary Rule Would Cut Advisors Off From Investors

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The DOL’s fiduciary rule is a “big government scheme,” charges Phil Roe (R-Tenn.), chair of a House pension subcommittee.

Why End-Of-Life Planning Has Great Value

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Planning is no easy task when someone is dying, but it can make an enormous difference to clients and their families, says advisor and columnist Dan Moisand.

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