A recent forum examined the current status of the Oregon Retirement Security Program and the issues surrounding the creation and implementation of other state sponsored retirement plans for the private workforce.
Last week another of the so-called excessive fee lawsuits was settled — not adjudicated, mind you. Here are some factors that the targets of these lawsuits seem to have in common.
With the Labor Department’s fiduciary regulation now final, your clients may well be asking, “So, what does this mean for me?”
U.S. Senators Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) and Steve Daines (R-Mont.) have teamed up to introduce legislation that would create a federal lost and found designed to help stem leakage from retirement accounts.
It didn’t happen until late in the evening, but the U.S. House of Representatives voted on June 22 on overturning President Obama’s veto of Congress’ resolution to kill the Labor Department’s fiduciary regulation.
We’ve just expanded the photo gallery on the ASPPA history website, adding 10 photos from the 2008 Annual Conference.
The Senate Special Committee on Aging held a hearing on June 15 to examine ways to leverage prizes and technology to influence savings behavior.
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