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Social Security and the fear of missing out

October 15, 2018

Fear of missing out, or FOMO, is generally associated with millennials who worry that something exciting is happening elsewhere when they're not there. But baby boomers are not immune from FOMO — a word officially added to the Oxford Dictionary...

Providing incentives for annuities within retirement plans

October 15, 2018

TIAA was founded 100 years ago by Andrew Carnegie to provide college professors with retirement income through employment-based annuities. This was an innovative concept for the time, predating the Social Security system by two decades. The...

2019 Medicare premiums announced

October 12, 2018

One day after the Social Security Administration announced that monthly benefits would increase by 2.8% next year, retirees got more good news. Medicare Part B premiums, which pay for outpatient services and doctor fees, will increase by only...

Social Security COLA for 2019 will be 2.8 percent

October 11, 2018

The Social Security Administration announced Thursday that 63 million beneficiaries, including retirees, disabled workers and their eligible dependents and surviving family members, will receive a 2.8% increase in benefits next year, the largest...

Fidelity sued again for 401(k) plan mismanagement

October 11, 2018

Fidelity Investments Inc. has been sued by participants in its company 401(k) plan for alleged self-dealing that caused the firm to profit at the expense of its employees saving for retirement. The lawsuit filed against Fidelity — Moitoso...

Using an IRA to fund an HSA

October 9, 2018

Funds from individual retirement accounts generally cannot be rolled over to a health savings account, but there is a one-time exception for a qualified HSA funding distribution, or QHFD. An individual is allowed to transfer funds from an IRA...

More older women in America working past age 55

October 8, 2018

More older women in America are working longer than ever before. Since the recession, the number of gainfully employed females past the age of 55 surpassed one-third of their age group and it hasn't let up, with a record 33.9% working last month....

Mary Beth Franklin: Ways to modernize Social Security benefits

October 3, 2018

Frankly, I am amazed and disappointed that the nation is only a month away from midterm elections in November and virtually no candidates from either party have mentioned Social Security. Ignoring the obvious does not diminish the fact that...

Mary Beth Franklin: Slowing drug costs temper health care inflation

October 3, 2018

The latest projection of retiree health care cost trends is a good news-bad news story that can arm financial advisers with appropriate inflation estimates to crank into their retirement income plans. In a positive development, overall annual...

Sweeping retirement legislation is likely coming soon

October 2, 2018

Sweeping retirement legislation appears to be on the way. With more than one-third of private-sector employees lacking access to retirement plans, there is strong bipartisan support for action to make plans more accessible and enhance features...

The Value of a Client Advisory Board

October 1, 2018

Just about every business these days asks for feedback. The car dealership sends an online survey after a service check; the restaurant leaves a comment card with the bill; the doctor's office mails a feedback form after an office visit . ....

Another 403(b) plan sponsor beats back fee lawsuit

October 1, 2018

Washington University in St. Louis has won the dismissal of a lawsuit alleging it caused employees participating in the school's 403(b) plan to pay excessive fees for record keeping and investment management. Judge Ronnie L. White, who oversaw...

An adviser's guide to Medicare open enrollment

September 28, 2018

If you are younger than 65, you probably wonder what all the fuss is about as you're bombarded with television ads for Medicare Advantage and prescription drug plans each fall. As a financial adviser, you should view the annual Medicare open...

Health-care planning presents an opportunity for advisers

September 27, 2018

Like it or not, financial advisers need to factor health-care costs and funding solutions into future retirement income plans. Clients expect it, and tools are now available to personalize cost calculations and to provide a variety of funding...

House approves retirement-savings bill that eases use of annuities in workplace plans

September 27, 2018

Legislation approved by the House of Representatives Thursday would make it easier for employers to include annuities in workplace retirement plans. The provision, which clarifies how firms can satisfy their fiduciary responsibilities when selecting...

New Jersey fiduciary rule could be first of many among states post-DOL

September 26, 2018

New Jersey's push for a fiduciary rule governing brokerage firms in the state could be the first of many similar rules issued by other states following the death of the Department of Labor's fiduciary regulation earlier this year. New Jersey...

Secrets Behind Success: How do top firms retain great talent? (Hint: It’s not all about the money)

September 26, 2018

Most leaders at some point have found themselves discussing how to “keep” a certain talented individual from leaving the organization. Such conversations might have been prompted by a reorganization that impacted the person's role or, just...

401(k) adviser reliance on provider subsidies isn't wise

September 26, 2018

Most elite 401(k) plan advisers rely heavily on providers to subsidize their sales and marketing budgets. This decision has helped advisers' bottom lines in the short term — especially as the demand for service increases and fees decline —...

Why in the world isn't the 401(k) industry entirely digital?

September 26, 2018

As a byproduct of InvestmentNews' recent acquisition, I just hit a major life milestone. I experienced my first 401(k) account rollover, and oh boy, was it eye-opening. As a technology reporter, I'm much more familiar with fintech companies...

DOL set to propose rule on open MEPs

September 25, 2018

The Department of Labor is set to formally propose a rule seeking to expand access to workplace retirement plans, less than a month after President Donald J. Trump issued an executive order calling on the agency to do so. The Labor Department...

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