Technical Competence

Technical Competence covers the nuts and bolts of the 403(b) plan market, focusing on regulations at both the state and federal level, along with developments in public-employee plan management.


 

Technical Competence

Technical Competence

By John Iekel4/3/2014 • 0 Comments

Sponsors of 403(b) plans are more apt to offer a broad range of services and options, according to a study of defined contribution (DC) plans The 2013 Plansponsor Defined Contribution Survey found that 403(b) plan sponsors in many ways are more generous than their other DC plan counterparts. READ MORE

By John Iekel3/31/2014 • 0 Comments

In remarks at a recent conference on income inequality, Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.), the incoming Chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, may have tipped his hand on how he will treat employer-provided retirement plans, advocating the simplification and consolidation of “the array” of current retirement savings accounts. READ MORE

By John Ortman2/18/2014 • 0 Comments

Over the last 30 years we have seen unprecedented changes in retirement choices in the 403(b) marketplace. There have also been enhancements to help advisors communicate with clients and prospects. Are these changes helping or hurting you? How can you adapt your practice to utilize these tools and better communicate your message — without losing the personal touch? READ MORE

By John Iekel2/11/2014 • 0 Comments

The words have barely faded from the teleprompter, but retirement experts have wasted no time in expressing caution regarding the “myRA” retirement accounts President Obama unveiled in his State of the Union Address. Chris Carosa of Fiduciary News provides a comprehensive list of 10 reasons to be cautious about myRAs. READ MORE

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