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Is there a retirement crisis or not? House Budget Committee members and experts who testified before the committee on May 15 did not agree. But at least they did concur on one thing: the need to take action to bolster the retirement readiness of those who are not well prepared. Testifying before... READ MORE
Changes that don’t have anything to do with retirement might undermine bipartisan support for retirement security legislation. House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-MD) late last month had announced that the House planned to take up the Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement (SECURE... READ MORE
The IRS recently made it easier (and less costly) to fix certain operational issues without the need for an IRS filing or payment of a user fee – but will this have an impact on current usage? The vast majority (84%) of this weeks’ respondents said their plan sponsor clients that needed to, did... READ MORE
NAPA Founding President Marcy L. Supovitz has been named to the ERISA Advisory Council, which advises the Labor Department on policies and regulations regarding ERISA plans. The 15-member council (formally titled the Advisory Council on Employee Welfare and Pension Benefit Plans) provides advice... READ MORE
If you think you’ve had a bad week, just remember – it could have been worse. Check out what happened to these guys (and gals)…  In Key West, Florida, Shonta Bolds, 36, was arrested and charged with assault with a deadly weapon… after an unnamed man reportedly began taking video of her… so, what... READ MORE
MassMutual announced that it is introducing a new workplace student loan repayment and management program as part of a broader financial wellness initiative. The program will be available to employers through, which will provide two levels of support for student loan indebtedness – both... READ MORE
Another excessive fee suit settles just ahead of its scheduled trial date. In the latest such settlement, SEI Investments Co. struck a deal that would resolve allegations that the firm filled its 401(k) plan with expensive and poorly performing funds that earned fees for the company and its... READ MORE
Bipartisan legislation to create a new federal commission that would study and recommend ways to improve Americans’ retirement security has been reintroduced in the Senate. The Federal Retirement Commission Act, reintroduced May 14 by Sens. Todd Young (R-IN) and Cory Booker (D-NJ), would charge... READ MORE
The pressure to spend because of social media envy and the desire to not be left out of friends’ experiences apparently is leading to some bad financial habits, according to new survey results.  Schwab’s 2019 Modern Wealth Survey finds that more than one-third of Americans admit their spending... READ MORE
Beep! Beep! Beep! Monday, 5:00 a.m. It’s cold and dark outside. I lace up my running shoes and head out the door sluggishly. One mile complete – and guess what, it was terrible. My lungs are burning, it’s still dark, and I’m cold. Running is just not my thing.  Tuesday, 6:00 p.m. I fight rush... READ MORE