What you don't (yet) know about retirement income
Most of us are kept pretty busy just keeping up with the day-to-day demands of retirement plan administration: getting people into the plan, helping them make respectable investment decisions, and trying to keep an eye on fees, while also making sure that all the nondiscrimination tests are adhered to properly. We all know that, sooner or later, those programs are expected to produce and/or provide retirement income, and there is a growing sense that the best way to help participants make good retirement-income decisions is to bring those decisions into the workplace retirement-planning process.
Having just wrapped up our PLANADVISER National Conference, I found myself turning back to my notes from the PLANSPONSOR National Conference.
Articles that appeared in the UpFront section of the magazine.
We all have them: Those front-line experiences that are inevitable when one deals with the variety—and sensitivity—of issues associated with human beings and critical life events. Sometimes those stories are tragic, sometimes they are bizarre, and sometimes—admit it—they are just plain funny.
As social networking tools like Twitter, Facebook, and MySpace continue to expand—even as the Internet serves to bring all that heretofore personal information into public view—I recently asked NewsDash readers if they had ever “Googled” an interview candidate or co-worker, and what they had discovered as a result.
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In support of an electronic disclosure revolution
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