Traditional Pensions

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Investing For Income Doesn't Mean What It Used To, Advisor Panel Says

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Plummeting Treasury yields require a rethinking of retirement income and withdrawal strategies, a panel of experts said.

Allianz Launches Annuity In First Foray Into Defined Contribution Market

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The Allianz Lifetime Income+ Annuity is designed as an option in employer-sponsored retirement plans.

How To Take A Client's Retirement To The Moon

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Age Wave founder Ken Dychtwald said navigating a client's retirement years is like the Apollo 11 mission.

Latest Blow To 60/40 Model Is Exodus Of Mom And Pop Pensions

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Traditional pension savers are ditching the formula that's anchored retirement plans for more than half a century.

Pension Worries Ease For States, Localities On Stimulus, Stocks

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While the pandemic squeezed many budgets, most pensions fared well.

Pensions Are Almost Fully Funded And Coming For Your Bonds

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Investment gains boosted the funded ratio of the 100 largest corporate plans to 98.8% in May.

U.S. Pension Funds Leave Something To Be Desired

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The best pension funds are the most transparent, and the U.S. lacks in that department, according to a new study.

Teachers Can Supplement Retirement Funds, Consultant Says

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Educators retiring early because of the pandemic face eroded benefits and other vulnerabilities.

How Technology Can Simplify Annuities To Help Fight A Retirement Crisis

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Technology platforms are providing financial professionals a turnkey, out-of-the-box annuities solution.

TIAA Names Thasunda Duckett As President And CEO

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Duckett will join TIAA on May 1, 2021 from JPMorgan Chase, where she was CEO of Chase Consumer Banking.

Retirement Saving Is Hard Even For Those Who Can Afford It

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According to a 2018 Federal report, one in four non-retired households had no retirement savings at all.

Five Financial Pitfalls Facing Clients Going Through Gray Divorce

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The divorce rate is rising fastest among Americans over age 50, according to one expert.

U.S. Retirement System Ranks Fifth-Best In World, Allianz Says

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A new report on pension systems worldwide puts the U.S. in the upper echelon, but it comes with a caveat.

Shaky State Pensions: How Advisors Can Help

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Many state public pension systems were already on shaky financial ground—then the pandemic hit.

BlackRock Unveils Retirement Paycheck Strategies With Brighthouse, Equitable

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LifePath Paycheck will use annuities in target-date strategies for retirement plan participants.

Public Pensions Swoon In Worst Quarter Since Financial Crisis

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The coronavirus hit almost every asset class.

What Pandemic Relief May Mean For You And Your Clients

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The CARES Act has many retirement and tax planning impacts advisors should be aware of.

Despite Volatility, Advisors Urged To Stick To Retirement Planning Basics

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People saving for retirement need to understand market downturns are going to happen, a TIAA planner said.

Retirement Industry Cybersecurity A Mounting Issue As Companies Collect More Data

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The expansion of wellness programs is broadening the personal information being hoarded by companies, Cerulli Associates says.

Murphy Seeks Record $40.9 Billion New Jersey Budget Backed By Wealth Tax

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New Jersey is proposing a wealth tax to expand its spending on transportation, schools and public pensions.

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