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Did the 401k Really Kill the Pension Plan?

    Did the 401k Really Kill the Pension Plan?

In this retirement plan version of the game “Who Killed Cock Robin?” we can identify three macroeconomic trends that slayed the pension plan, once the giant among all retirement plans. But, where does the 401k fit in?

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The Rise and Demise of Corporate Pension Plans

    The Rise and Demise of Corporate Pension Plans

Despite those imagined rosy memories, actual history shows, with a few notable exceptions, pensions were never as universal or as lucrative as imagined.

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Do State-Run Retirement Plans Breach Fiduciary Duty?

    Do State-Run Retirement Plans Breach Fiduciary Duty?

Exempting government officials from the same fiduciary standards imposed on private providers places retirement savers at undo risk.

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Will the DOL’s New Fiduciary Rule Redefine the Role and Boundaries of Plan Recordkeepers?

    Will the DOL’s New Fiduciary Rule Redefine the Role and Boundaries of Plan Recordkeepers?

Ultimately, it will be the tort bar that offers the enforcement and the subsequent consequence for poor decision making on the part of plan sponsors and service providers. Rest assured all sides will be discover the regulatory fence in their once open fields.

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