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Most Popular Stories in 2013 – #10 to #6

For at least three of these article, you don’t only need to read them, you need to know why others are reading them.

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Most Widely Read Stories in 2013 – Honorable Mention

This time of year causes us to pause and thank our many readers, subscribers and followers for all their enthusiastic support over the past twelve months.

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The Fiduciary Issue and the Election

Will the Fiduciary Standard and the DOL’s new Fiduciary Rule become collateral damage in a Romney victory?

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Three Outside-the-Box Tips for 401k Plan Sponsors

Some may be shocked, but smart fiduciaries already know the truth behind these outlandish tips.

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Thoughts on Attending My First fi360 Conference

I was sad when it was over. It was like saying goodbye to old friends. I wanted to stay and keep talking. Oh well, there’s always next year…

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Santa’s 2011 401k Nice and Naughty List

In a Season of Traditions we proudly begin a new tradition, one in keeping with our mission to celebrate fiduciary (with a dash of mirth).

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Plan Sponsors Smile: Hooray for the 401k!

Will Congress be the Grinch that stole our 401k plans and try to balance the budget on the backs of retirees?

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Time for SEC’s Schapiro to Resign?

A Play-by-Play citing media articles throughout the year showing how SEC Chair Mary Schapiro misplayed her strategy to hold the fiduciary standard hostage for more Congressional money.

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DOL Transcript Shows a True Fiduciary Friend as Phyllis Borzi Brooks No Bull

Several early reports suggested the DOL appeared ready to compromise their fiduciary principles by harmonizing with other agencies. The transcript reveals a surprising reality.

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401k 2.0 – A Proposal

Isn’t it ironic that the very people who 401k plans were created to benefit have decided it’s easier to ignore the maze than to constructively participate. Allowing the 401k to evolve up to today’s technology will solve many problems.

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