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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


401(k) record keepers competing with advisers on financial wellness

Mar 19, 2019

Advisers are also concerned that these programs are serving as distribution outlets for proprietary financial products


Fidelity sued again for 'illegal' 401(k) fees

Mar 19, 2019

A second lawsuit has been filed alleging that the largest retirement plan record keeper received undisclosed kickbacks from mutual fund companies


Principal-Wells Fargo retirement deal would be among largest ever

Mar 18, 2019

Acquisition would be in line with trend of record keepers seeking to gain scale to combat fee reduction


Indexed universal life insurance sales continue hot streak

Mar 15, 2019

Sales broke a record last year despite rules that observers believed would slow them down


Genworth move could signal big shift in distribution of long-term-care insurance

Mar 14, 2019

Insurers may turn to direct-to-consumer sales only, bypassing brokers and insurance agents


Brown University settles 403(b) lawsuit for $3.5 million

Mar 13, 2019

Brown is one of a handful of universities to settle claims over alleged retirement plan mismanagement


Pairing 401(k) and student loan benefits gains more traction

Mar 8, 2019

Travelers is implementing a program next year, which follows a similar move by Abbott Laboratories


Ed Butowsky, Schwab head to arbitration over $100 million defamation claim

Mar 8, 2019

The adviser claims Charles Schwab defamed him and poached his clients


The 401(k) 'stretch' match may work in reverse

Mar 7, 2019

Vanguard found that a strategy used to increase employee retirement savings actually resulted in reduced participation and savings rates


GE expects $1.7 billion in rate increases for long-term care policies

Mar 7, 2019

The announcement comes a year after GE said it would need to inject roughly $15 billion to shore up its long-term care reserves

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