Government drives backwards, the ironic ineffectiveness of disclosure, the surprising problem with revenue sharing and why you shouldn’t trust anyone under 30 (when it comes to investing).
While matching does provide a modest incentive, there are cheaper and more effective ways to get employees to save more in their 401k plans.
More fallout on DOL’s limit on 401k menu options, the further decline of public pension plans, the hidden fiduciary trap of shareholder activism and more surprises about 401k investing.
When pensions go bad, the irony of fiduciary marketing, more fee bloodshed expected and the diminishing importance of investments.
A government 401k policy that actually worked, one that won’t work, another that will work and several 401k ideas that will never work.
Government policy and the hoi polloi might be leading 401k plan sponsors to disaster. Why?
Meddling politicians, the infantile Fiduciary debate, a DOL surprise and a totally backwards approach to giving investment advice – what more can you ask for?
Retirees dodge a Washington Bullet, the fiduciary debate heats up, a look into the future with future disclosure and the beginning of the end of Modern Portfolio Theory?
The SIFMA has no Clothes, the next investment fad and “Are you Ready for some Fee-Ball?”
In a week that we featured Investment Due Diligence for 401k plans, a major court ruling shows what happened without such due diligence.