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How 401k Plan Sponsors Can Best Teach Employees to Quit Emphasizing Income

The false promise of “safety” may lure unsuspecting 401k investors into the most dangerous trap they’ll never see – until it’s too late.

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How Babe Ruth Can Help 401k Plan Sponsors Teach Employees the Most Important Thing They Need to Know

Time diversification remains controversial, but here’s why the practitioners have one up on the academics.

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The Best Way 401k Plan Sponsors can Offer Total Return Options

Data here reveals the amazing truth about the success of total return investing. So, what’s a plan sponsor to do?

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Is Investing for Income the Only Option the 401k Plan Sponsor can Offer Employees Seeking to Meet Certain Financial Objectives?

Why do two popular 401k options encourage investors to invest for income when most fiduciaries know (or show know) of the dangers of doing so?

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How the Fiduciary Discovered What’s Wrong With Emphasizing Income

For more than a century, fiduciaries followed the principles set forth in an 1830 court ruling. Two events in 1969 forever changed the landscape.

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7 Deadly Sins Every ERISA Fiduciary Must Avoid: The 1st Deadly Sin – “Income Matters”

What do Robin Hood, Income and Fiduciary Duty all have in common? And why should all 401k plan sponsors know this?

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