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What Were They Thinking #28 The train wreck of SNL ’80

Saturday Night Live is an institution and when the original cast (minus Dan Ackroyd and Jo...

Connecticut gets it right for Non-ERISA 403(b) plans

One of the things that most people forget about fee disclosure as it pertains to retiremen...

WHEN A BARGAIN JUST ISN’T A BARGAIN!

As a mother of two, I love to save money whenever and wherever I can.  My kids will be th...

The real reason why bad funds are in 401(k) plans

Researchers once looked at some data to try to figure out why many poor 401(k) investment ...

I get by with a little help from my friends

While driving around I heard a song on the radio from my youth. I didn’t truly understan...

Ascensus Continues Buying

As I always said, change in the retirement plan business was going to spur consolidation e...

The Aaron Judge Memorabilia Bubble

I’ve lost enough money in the tech and real estate bubble to recognize another bubble. T...

It is education, not regulation that is truly in the best interest of consumers

First of all, regardless of the differing viewpoints surrounding the DOL fiduciary rule, a...

myRA put out to pasture

President Obama’s myRA program was put out to pasture by the Trump administration becaus...

Even if you’re doing your job as a plan sponsor, you still can get sued

The fact is that sometimes, bad things happen to good people.  That can be said about ret...