close
retireroad

Don’t blame the 401(k)

I’ve seen the articles that pop up about how 401(k) plans are somehow to blame for the lack of ret...

waltero

Walter O’Malley was no villain; he was a genius

I grew up in Brooklyn and I was born 15 years too late for the Brooklyn Dodgers. The Brooklyn Dodger...

beware

Beware of plan providers bearing gifts

When it comes to selecting and retaining plan providers, what you have to do as a plan sponsor is to...

winner

The big winner for the Fiduciary Rule

There are certainly going to be lots of losers when the fiduciary rule gets implemented and there is...

roomtogrow

401(k) Financial Advisors have been getting better, but there is still room to grow

When I started in this business many moons ago, most financial advisors were not aware of their role...

snuka

Jimmy Snuka Dead and why I can’t say R.I.P.

When I started watching pro wrestling in 1983, the country was divided among regional promotions and...

cred

Check those plan provider credentials

Whenever I hear about someone getting caught with lying about their resume or credentials, I am alwa...

bagel

What Makes A Great Bagel is Not The Water

There are so many old wives tales that drive me nuts because there is absolutely nothing true to the...

optinout

Automatic enrollment is growing in 401(k) plans

The Plan Sponsor Council of America’s newest annual report shows that in 2015, 25.5% of small 401(...

erisapuzzle

The Beauty of ERISA 3(38) ERISA Fiduciaries

One of the most positive developments in the retirement plan business is the ERISA 3(38) fiduciary. ...