In the second week of voting, three new topics entered the top 10 – and guess what dropped out?
When we say that the NAPA 401(k) Summit is built by advisors, for advisors, we mean it. We’ve already got the location (Caesars, Las Vegas), the dates (April 7-9, 2019) and we’ve been working through a list of exciting keynote speakers. But this is your chance to weigh in on a critical aspect of the NAPA 401(k) Summit’s success – the agenda!
At the end of week #2, over 1800 votes have come in – and this week’s top 10 vote getters are:
- Disruptive forces in the retirement space
- What the IRS and DOL Continue to Target With Your Clients' Plans
- Serving the small plan space (more) effectively
- Integrating a decumulation focus into your accumulation practice (new to the top 10)
- Marketing & growing your business
- What plan sponsors really think
- Debunking the fiduciary liability myth - why cheapest doesn't mean less liability (new)
- Increasing your value proposition (new)
- 5 Tools that can have an impact on your practice
- Healthy AND wealthy – the whys behind the convergence of healthcare & retirement
What’s dropped out?
- How to develop/determine a reasonable fee for your services
- What advisors are getting sued about
- 401(k) plan audits – what you (still) need to know
So, now it’s your turn to weigh in on the agenda with your vote – and your suggestions for topics. And if you’ve already voted – well, check it out. New topics are added all the time!
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.
You can vote as often has you’d like – and we’ll keep you posted as to which topic(s) are leading, as we near the opening of registration for the 2019 NAPA 401(k) Summit.
But beware: This can be addictive.