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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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U.S. Budget Deal Stirs Pension Risk Fears

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A last-minute federal budget deal to allow retiree pension benefit cuts affects only retirees in struggling multiemployer pension plans, but any retiree living on a defined benefit pension could...

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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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Pension Time Bomb Ticks As Disclosure Rules Toughen

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New Jersey, like other municipal governments, used an accounting sleight-of-hand for years to boost pension-funding levels. New rules are putting an end to the practice.

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Many Boomers Fall Short In Retirement Savings

by FA Staff

A new survey says most boomers need more assets to retire securely.

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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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Fraud, Cover-Up Allegations Putting Social Security Chief Nomination In Jeopardy

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Allegations about a failed $300 million effort to develop a disability case management system for the Social Security Administration has put the nomination of its acting commissioner to become its...

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Retirees Not Spooked By Life After Work, Poll Says

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While many talk of an impending U.S. retirement crisis, a majority of retirees in a new MassMutual survey said they are content and happy.

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