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The #1 Retirement Saving Goal for Teens and Children and the Most Useful Strategy to Get There

    The #1 Retirement Saving Goal for Teens and Children and the Most Useful Strategy to Get There

“Nothing is more in the best interest of the child. The judicious carrot of spending, when managed properly, actually instills a strong sense of and desire to save and, ironically, not spend.”

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The Three Biggest Mistakes Retirement Savers Make During Down Markets

    The Three Biggest Mistakes Retirement Savers Make During Down Markets

It is critically important that retirement savers make a long-term game plan for their savings and investing strategy.

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The Five Killer Concepts that Most Confuse Retirement Savers

    The Five Killer Concepts that Most Confuse Retirement Savers

Each of these is dripping with overtones from the lessons of behavioral finance.

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401k Plan Sponsors Shift from Investment Focus to Emphasizing Retirement Readiness

    401k Plan Sponsors Shift from Investment Focus to Emphasizing Retirement Readiness

Is the industry up to the task of leading the charge towards retirement readiness?

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Time for Naïve 401k Millennials Opting for “Safe” Investments to Stop Hurting Themselves

Why have these people failed to learn from history and what can be done to prevent them from hurting themselves?

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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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The Hows, Whys, and Right and Wrong Way to Use Asset Allocation

The future of true asset allocation may lie in understanding its past.

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Why Asset Allocation Doesn’t Matter In The Long Run

The results are in. Asset allocation doesn’t work in the long run. Rebalancing doesn’t produce better returns in the long run. In short, asset allocation as popularly practiced is myth.

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How’d an Innocent Fiduciary Like You End Up Asset Allocating?

Much of asset allocation marketing collateral is founded on a simple misinterpretation, yet this myth persists. Why?

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