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Legg Mason hopes to reverse TDF fortunes with MassMutual deal

May 30, 2018

Legg Mason is making another attempt at breaking into the target-fund market through a partnership with Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Co., a move that hints at the challenges asset managers have faced in 401(k) distribution and emerging...

Northwestern University beats Jerry Schlichter 403(b) lawsuit

May 29, 2018

Northwestern University has become the second college to beat back allegations of retirement-plan mismanagement, prevailing in a lawsuit brought by prominent plaintiffs' attorney Jerry Schlichter. The lawsuit, Divane et al v. Northwestern University...

A global call to modernize retirement systems

May 29, 2018

Worrying about the future of retirement is not a uniquely American concern. It is a global phenomenon. Almost half of today's workers and retirees worldwide believe that future generations of retirees will be worse off than those currently in...

Retirement plan sponsors tread lightly with capital preservation

May 29, 2018

In providing capital preservation options for investment menus, some defined contribution plan executives have wound up in the crosshairs of participants' lawsuits alleging fiduciary breaches of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act. Some...

Participants' personal debt gains attention

May 29, 2018

Shane Bartling said addressing the personal debt issue early is the best way to help participants. For plan sponsors looking to improve employees' retirement readiness, personal debt is an area of special concern. A growing number of employers...

$14 billion hybrid Sheridan Road staying with LPL, launching own RIA

May 25, 2018

Sheridan Road Financial, an advisory firm overseeing roughly $14 billion, has decided to leave Independent Financial Partners, a mega hybrid registered investment adviser, to start up its own RIA. At the same time, Sheridan Road, which has a...

In a first, University of Chicago settles 403(b) lawsuit for $6.5 million

May 24, 2018

The University of Chicago has agreed to settle a retirement-plan lawsuit for $6.5 million, becoming the first of about 20 prominent universities facing allegations over 403(b)-plan mismanagement to take such a step. Plaintiffs filed the lawsuit,...

How 401(k) advisers can increase their fees

May 23, 2018

It seems that the race to the bottom for 401(k) and 403(b) advisory fees will not slow down anytime soon. But some plan advisers have found a way not only to halt the trend, but actually increase fees. The first step advisers can take to maintain...

Supreme Court decision likely to prevent brokers from filing class-action lawsuits

May 22, 2018

A Supreme Court decision handed down yesterday will likely curb brokers' ability to band together in lawsuits against broker-dealers to fight perceived wrongdoing in the workplace. In a 5-4 decision, the Supreme Court on Monday ruled that companies...

When skewed super-OSJ priorities raise red flags for retirement plan advisers

May 21, 2018

Retirement plan-focused financial advisers have always been a natural fit for the super-office of supervisory jurisdiction model. The specialized nature and large scale of their practices mean that super-OSJs that understand the retirement plan...

The gig economy as a backup retirement plan

May 17, 2018

Today, more than one in three U.S. workers are freelancers in the "gig economy," relying on do-it-yourself employment either as their main source of income or as a side job. Freelancers are expected to grow to make up 40% of the American workforce...

Those in managed accounts, target-date funds get better returns than DIY investors

May 17, 2018

Defined contribution plan participants who use managed accounts or target-date funds enjoy better investment returns net of fees than participants who invest on their own, said a survey by record-keeper Alight Solutions. Over a 10-year period...

Oregon auto-IRA success shows national program would 'work well,' advocate says

May 16, 2018

Oregon's auto-IRA program has only been around a few months, but its early success demonstrates a similar framework could work at the national level, a proponent said at a congressional hearing Wednesday. Oregon launched a pilot phase of its...

Team advising on $2 billion leaves Avondale for Janney

May 15, 2018

Glasgow Wealth Management Group, which advised on nearly $2 billion in individual accounts and corporate client retirement plans, has joined Janney Montgomery Scott from Avondale Partners, a Tennessee-based independent advisory firm. The group,...

Philips North America reaches $17 million settlement in 401(k) lawsuit

May 15, 2018

Philips North America has agreed to pay $17 million to settle a lawsuit alleging that the company breached its fiduciary duty in connection with the management of its 401(k) plan. The settlement, which also included nonmonetary provisions, still...

Wells Fargo struggles to attract 401(k) business in wake of banking scandals

May 15, 2018

Wells Fargo & Co.'s retirement plan business has suffered following a string of negative stories related to operations within some units of the broader company, according to 401(k) advisers who use Wells Fargo products and who have had conversations...

Almost half of near-retirees fail basic Social Security quiz

May 15, 2018

Near-retirees still have a lot to learn about Social Security retirement benefits and may be leaving money on the table, according to a new consumer poll released Tuesday by Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Co. Nearly half (47%) of Americans...

LPL closing Worksite Financial Solutions 401(k) platform

May 14, 2018

LPL Financial announced that it is closing Worksite Financial Solutions, a program that helps 401(k) participants and advisers with rollovers from retirement plans, at the end of September. Andy Kalbaugh, managing director and divisional president...

Financial advisers must manage retirees' aversion to risk with behavioral finance skills

May 12, 2018

Any seasoned financial adviser already knows that the hard work of helping clients save and invest for retirement does not end with a client's retirement date. But based on where we are in terms of market cycles, advisers might soon find themselves...

Divorce 2019: How to use IRAs and 401(k)s to ease future alimony planning

May 11, 2018

Under The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, alimony will not be tax-deductible when paid under divorce and separation agreements executed in 2019 and later. And alimony will be tax-free to recipients. This turnaround from the current treatment of alimony,...

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