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Greg Iacurci

Reporter, Retirement Planning and Insurance

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Greg Iacurci is a reporter who covers financial advisers who serve 401(k) retirement plans. He also covers general retirement planning and insurance.

Recent Articles


Fidelity sued again for 401(k) plan mismanagement

Oct 11, 2018

The company settled a similar self-dealing lawsuit four years ago for $12 million


LPL Retirement Partners hires new chief

Oct 8, 2018

Appointment of Bryan Hodgens is second shake-up in a year at the retirement unit


How Ohio National's move may lead to 'unscrupulous' broker behavior with annuities

Oct 4, 2018

If other insurers also start to terminate VA trail commissions, brokers might opt to take upfront sales commissions instead and start churning their clients' annuities


The Trump family used this strategy to save on taxes

Oct 3, 2018

Type of trust known as a GRAT reportedly helped the Trumps save hundreds of millions of dollars in gift and estate taxes

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Ohio National to end brokerage arrangements, eliminate adviser compensation on variable annuities

Oct 2, 2018

Financial advisers say the move will leave their clients vulnerable and sets a bad industry precedent


Another 403(b) plan sponsor beats back fee lawsuit

Oct 1, 2018

Washington University in St. Louis joins other colleges that have prevailed in court


John Hancock testing wellness programs for long-term-care policyholders

Sep 28, 2018

The insurer, which recently doubled down on a strategy to encourage healthy living among life-insurance clients, is now doing the same on the LTC side


Focus Financial acquires TAMP for $235 million

Sep 28, 2018

Deal for Loring Ward Holdings is one of the largest transactions in Focus' history, company's chairman and CEO said


New Jersey brokers expect industry will push back against fiduciary rule proposal

Sep 27, 2018

Brokerage executives predict the industry to put up a fight against the rule, which they say will lead to a complex web of compliance


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

Sep 26, 2018

New Jersey is the first state to take action on a fiduciary rule after the DOL rule's death, but experts think other states will likely jump on board

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