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By Nevin Adams9/1/2014 • 0 Comments

Things you might have missed — but shouldn’t. Highlights from last week’s NAPA Net Daily:

By Andrew Remo8/29/2014 • 0 Comments

Its authors may not have led with that title, but a recent paper calls for wholesale changes to the way Americans currently save for retirement, including suspending all defined contribution savings arrangements because “they are complex, costly, and challenging for employers and employees to manage.”

By John Iekel8/29/2014 • 0 Comments

The gender gap in retirement savings is closing. In fact, it could be on course to reverse the long-standing predominance of men’s retirement savings rates, says a recent study by MassMutual.

By Fred Barstein8/29/2014 • 0 Comments

Christopher Carosa of FiduciaryNews raises the controversial question of whether state and local pension plans have devolved into modern day Ponzi schemes, where the last ones out are left holding the bag.

By Nevin Adams8/28/2014 • 0 Comments

What happens to executive retirement benefits when employers close or freeze their defined benefit pension plans? What if that plan is a hybrid or cash balance plan? And what does that mean for advisors?

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Case of the Week: Employer Securities and the Moench Presumption

Responding to a question from an advisor in Georgia, the ERISA consultants at the Columbia Management Retirement Learning Center Resource Desk addressed an inquiry related to employer securities as a retirement plan investment option.
What's the Right Number of Funds in a Core Lineup?

In a recent post on the JD Supra Business Advisor website, ERISA attorney Ary Rosenbaum makes the reasonable argument that plan investment menus should be  "pruned" down to 12 funds, "maybe 15 at tops," if they have not been pruned already.
Workplace Penchants

It is routinely reported that 10,000 Baby Boomers are retiring every day, and yet surveys continue to indicate that Americans plan to postpone retirement. This raises the question: are more older Americans working?

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