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Greg Iacurci

Reporter, Retirement Planning and Insurance

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Greg Iacurcihttps://www.investmentnews.com/apps/pbcsi.dll/persbilde?Avis=CI&ID=GIACURCI&maxw=220&cci_ts=20190524142953

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

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House passes SECURE retirement bill with massive bipartisan support

May 23, 2019

The measure allows small employers to band together to offer plans and raises the RMD age. Another provision eases use of annuities in 401(k)s, which critics say goes too far

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DOL sets date to propose new fiduciary rule

May 23, 2019

The regulation, expected in December, likely will be contoured to the SEC's new advice standards

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Variable annuities lose more ground to fixed annuities

May 21, 2019

Market gyrations put a dent in quarterly VA sales

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This strategy can double your estate-tax exemption

May 20, 2019

'Portability' allows a surviving spouse to tack on the decedent's exemption to his or her own. Despite the higher threshold for paying estate taxes in the 2017 tax law, experts recommend filing for the benefit.

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Are record keepers friend or foe to 401(k) advisers?

May 18, 2019

Record keepers are offering services to retirement plan participants that are raising the hackles of RPAs

10 largest RIA aggregators focused on defined-contribution plans

May 18, 2019

We break down the data by firm, assets and advisers

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RPAs seeking revenue streams

May 18, 2019

To combat fee compression, many look to diversify their businesses

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Fielding Miller talks recruiting, 401(k) evolution and fumbles

May 18, 2019

CAPTRUST CEO discusses acquisitions and recruiting in the retirement space, and his biggest concerns

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Ed Slott: How tax reform impacted popular IRA strategies

May 17, 2019

Advisers need to pay particular attention to Roth conversions and qualified charitable distributions

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LTC insurer offering co-pays to blunt soaring premium increases

May 16, 2019

John Hancock policyholders would get a discount on their premium in return for agreeing to pay a bigger portion of their claims in the future

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