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Majority Of New 401(k) Participants Invest In Balanced Funds

by FA Staff

Target-date funds have played a large part in the increased role of balanced funds for 401(k) investors, according to a recent report.

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Hybrid Offering FAs To Rival Robo-Advisor Platforms

by Maureen Nevin Duffy

NextCapital plans to offer financial advisors technology that it says will rival any online robo-advisor's platform and may give them an edge in the 401(k) business.

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Lockheed Settles Lawsuit Charging It Shortchanged 120,000 Workers, Retirees

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Lockheed Martin agreed to settle a $1.3 billion lawsuit claiming it subjected workers and retirees in its 401(k) plan to excessive fees and left them in a stock fund with bad returns.

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'Good Chance' For Pension Reform That Bars Fiduciary Liability, Senator Says

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Sen. Orin Hatch says there is a “pretty good chance” for pension reform to become law in the next session of Congress starting in January.

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Over Half Of Millennials Believe Professional Advice Would Be Helpful

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However, they are more likely to consult family and websites than a financial advisor for their financial planning needs, according to a recent survey by the Nationwide.

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ICI: Mutual Fund Owners Focused On Retirement Savings

by FA Staff

Baby boomers and Gen Xers have the highest rates of mutual fund ownership in 2014, according to the ICI’s annual survey.

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Retirement Readiness

by Jerilyn Klein Bier

Advisors can fly solo or partner up to manage 401(k) plans and trends.

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Great-West Financial Launches Empower

by FA Staff

The insurance firm has named its retirement business Empower reflecting a new era for plan sponsors.

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Advisors Need Focused Advice For Sandwich Generation

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Clients who are supporting aging parents and adult children require special advice, advisors say.

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IRS Increases Allowed Retirement Plan Contributions For 2015

by FA Staff

Taxpayers can now put aside a little more toward their retirement in 2015, according to the agency.

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