Defined Contribution Plans

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Finra fines Prudential $1M over sloppy retirement-plan information

Regulator says flawed communications left plan participants in dark about investment costs


Russell’s wish list for DC plans

Improving 401(k)s is likely to make them look more like defined-benefit plans, according to Russell


Managing 401(k) fees remains top plan sponsor concern

Callan survey suggests plan sponsors should consider indirect revenues in fee reviews


The SECURE Act and open MEPs: Opportunities and threats for advisers

The legislation's green light for open multiple employer plans goes into effect at the start of next year


MetLife fined $10 million over missing pensioners

Insurer's policies for locating annuity customers resulted in errors in accounting for reserves, SEC says.


The risks of giving advice to 401(k) participants

401(k)-plan advisers are well-positioned to provide investment advice to participants, but it could prove legally treacherous.


Edelman Financial Engines is bringing financial planners to small 401(k) plans

The $212 billion advisory firm is leveraging a partnership with record keeper ADP to broaden its reach with human advisers.


Trump administration wants to kill California’s auto-IRA program

The administration argued in a court filing that auto-IRAs are pre-empted by federal retirement law.


MIT settles class-action suit that snared Fidelity’s Abigail Johnson

Pending settlement in lawsuit could alter Fidelity's 20-year-old record-keeping arrangement with the university.


Morgan Stanley adding 401(k) participant services to boost wealth business

The brokerage added to its financial wellness platform, and is considering product offerings for 529 plans, deferred compensation and HSAs.


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