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State-Sponsored Private Employee Retirement Plans First Step Towards Nationalized Retirement?

    State-Sponsored Private Employee Retirement Plans First Step Towards Nationalized Retirement?

Will the intrusion of government-sponsored retirement products unify a House currently divided by the Fiduciary Standard?

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These 7 Employee Concerns can Befuddle a 401k Plan Sponsor/Fiduciary

401k plan participant concerns come in three varieties: Those you know about and should do something about; Those you know about and shouldn’t do something about; and, Those you don’t know about and better do something about right now.

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FiduciaryNews Trending Topics for ERISA Plan Sponsors: Week Ending 8/29/14

Municipal Madness, the Fiduciary Supremes and signs of a peaking market?

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FiduciaryNews Trending Topics for ERISA Plan Sponsors: Week Ending 11/16/12

Will retirees pay for Washington’s fiscal mismanagement? Has pinning the fiduciary onus on plan sponsors been the wrong approach all along? And more…

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5 Rules for the Fiduciary Seeking to Avoid the Next Madoff

We don’t need more regulation to prevent future Madoffs, we just need common sense (and, perhaps, a tad bit more enforcement of existing regulations). Here are five straightforward rules fiduciaries can follow to avoid their own personal investment Waterloo.

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