|December 13, 2016|
Significant numbers of defined contribution plan participants, upon retirement, are left to determine on their own the best way to organize and spend down their assets. One possible path forward for these participants is to craft a “bucket” strategy—preferably with the support of a financial adviser but, if necessary, on their own.Read more >
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Public-Sector Employees Confident in Retirement Income Prospects
Most public-sector employees do not know how much they need to save for a comfortable retirement, nor have they planned and saved specifically for medical expenses in retirement, according to TIAA’s 2016 Retirement Confidence Survey of the State and Local Government Workforce. Still, about 20% are very confident that they are saving and investing appropriately for retirement, with approximately 55% somewhat confident in their savings and investing.Read more >
Providers Respond to Trump DOL Secretary Pick
Donald Trump has nominated an outspoken critic of federal government regulation as Department of Labor (DOL) secretary, placing more uncertainty on the future of the fiduciary rule, according to some observers.Read more >
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