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SECURE 2 Approval May Take Longer Than Expected, TIAA Officials Say

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TIAA directors said it may be a long time before SECURE Act 2.0 provisions are revealed.

Near-Retirees Say They Are 'Terrified' Of Income Shortfalls

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Most near-retirees doubt they will be able to replace even three-quarters of their income in retirement, a new survey says.

Why More People Should Be Saving Via Roth 401(k)s

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Roth 401(k)s are a no-brainer when you're young, in a low tax bracket and expect to earn a lot more in the future.

DOL Extends Comment Time, Plans Hearing On Retirement Plan Transactions

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Some companies would miss out on plan transaction exemptions if they've committed crimes.

Unmarried Women Workers Face Tough Retirement Prospects, EBRI Says

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Low incomes and savings have combined to make retirement a challenge for single women workers, an EBRI survey concludes.

Alternatives To The 60/40 Portfolio

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The next 10 years are likely to be very different from the last 10 years.

Answering Roth Conversion Questions In A Down Market

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Here is a quick guide to client conversations about Roth IRA conversions.

How Roth Conversions Can Reduce Sting Of Social Security, Medicare Hikes

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A key to the strategy is to lower required minimum distributions that can result in higher marginal tax rates.

Goldman Sachs Expands Retirement Services

by FA Staff

The firm has acquired NextCapital Group, a digital retirement services firm.

GOP Fury Over ESG Triggers Backlash With Pensions At Risk

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The finance industry is arguing that Republican are putting the financial security of U.S. savers in serious jeopardy.

How To Catch Up On Retirement Savings At Any Age

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Boston College research shows a $7.1 trillion retirement savings shortfall.

Stock Market Plunge Punished 401(k) Millionaires

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Some of the pain came from sharp drops in popular Fidelity mutual funds in 401(k) retirement plans.

America's $7 Trillion Retirement Crisis Is Only Getting Worse

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About half of private-sector workers don't have an employer-sponsored retirement plan.

Retirement Savings Reform On Horizon

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Congress is closer to reshaping the nation's retirement laws by approving the SECURE 2.0 and EARN acts.

Taking The Surprise Factor Out Of RMDs

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Help clients take the surprise factor out of distributions from tax-deferred accounts.

The Fatal Flaw In Retirement Plans' Target Date Funds

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The life-cycle portfolios will leave retirees unprotected from inflation and short on income in the long run.

Majority Of 401(k) Savers Want Help From Advisors, Schwab Says

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Economic turbulence has driven up demand for professional help, according to a Schwab survey.

Economic Headwinds Are Eroding American Retirement Confidence

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For the first time in several years, retirement confidence fell in BlackRock's "Read on Retirement" survey.

Why DC Plan Providers Might Be Moving Into Wealth Management

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One-third of active 401(k) participants say their provider is the primary source of planning advice, says Cerulli.

Rethinking The 4% Rule

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Is Bill Bengen's famous rule for safe withdrawal rates still relevant? People disagree.

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