Week 2: Some ‘Upsets’ in the 401(k) Summit Topic Voting

In another week of vigorous “cage match” voting, the NAPA 401(k) Summit voting vaulted two new topics to the top of the top 10 – and dumped three.

With approximately 1,000 votes since last Friday, there has been some shifting. Now topping that list are two reader-provided topics:

Practice management for a 401(k) team
Debunking the fiduciary liability myth – why cheapest doesn’t mean less liability

There was also a new addition to that group: Lifetime income – the option everyone wants and (almost) nobody “gets”

Bumped out of the top 10 by these new topics were:

Process for determining a reasonable fee/Benchmarking, Building your service agreement
Building and guiding an effective plan committee
Responding to RFPs

The rest of the (current) top 10 is:

NeuroFiduciary and Behavioral Governance – hear what elite retirement advisors will be talking about in 2020
Making the case for financial wellness
Process for determining a reasonable fee/Benchmarking, Building your service agreement 64 Seed Activated
Healthy AND wealthy – the whys behind the convergence of healthcare & retirement
Behavioral finance – beyond the “nudge”
The ideal plan – and how to get there
How to reach participants that need the most help
Build or buy? Managed account vs. TDF

But the voting is still open – and your vote(s) can make a difference. Our unique online voting tool will bring up two different session topics. All you have to do is pick your favorite – or add your own idea for others to vote on. Then you’ll get two more choices – vote or add one of your own. If you don’t like either of the suggestions (though that’s not likely) – there’s even an option for that. Every time you suggest an idea, it’s added to the pool of ideas that others vote on.

But beware: This can be addictive. And voting ends soon!

Vote at http://ideas.asppa.org:3001/napa401ksummit2017.

In the meantime, you can sign up for NAPA 401(k) Summit updates or save the date(s) at http://napasummit.org/.

The Nation’s Retirement Plan Advisor Convention. March 19-21. Las Vegas, Nevada.

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