The numbers suggest the QLAC product isn’t quite ready for prime time.
When it comes to being a fiduciary, the customer is, most assuredly, not always right.
Why have these people failed to learn from history and what can be done to prevent them from hurting themselves?
The future of true asset allocation may lie in understanding its past.
They say less is more, and nowhere is that more true than in 401k participant fee disclosure.
Who needs fee disclosure when you have Jerry Schlichter?
In some distant future, what fossilized evidence of poor judgment will come back to haunt unsuspecting 401k plan sponsors.
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Someone who visits the doctor for a regular check-up pays more than someone who doesn’t. Guess which one is healthier.
Like lemmings to the sea, retirement savers default to a controversial product.