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401k: Kill it or Expand Its Reach?

    401k: Kill it or Expand Its Reach?

This is not to say the 401k is perfect and that there’s no need to improve it. These improvements, though, would be more like tweaks rather than wholesale changes.

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What’s the Immediate Impact of the DOL Fiduciary Rule on Current IRA Holders and Future Rollovers?

    What’s the Immediate Impact of the DOL Fiduciary Rule on Current IRA Holders and Future Rollovers?

Just because the new Rule won’t be enforced until January doesn’t mean retirement savers can’t take advantage of it. This does, however, require individuals become self-reliance and look out for their own good. But how is that any different for all other consumer decisions?

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What’s the Immediate Impact of the DOL Fiduciary Rule on 401k Plan Sponsors?

    What’s the Immediate Impact of the DOL Fiduciary Rule on 401k Plan Sponsors?

“Hopefully,” says Reese, “this past year gave employers a better understanding of what they need to look out for to act as fiduciaries for their plan participants.”

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Investing vs. Saving – Why the 401k Fiduciary Must Emphasize Only One

On the Road to Success, discovering the critical steps is often more important than the length of your stride.

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