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New Year’s Prospects for Retirement Legislation

There are signs that 2019 could see meaningful retirement legislation. First, several bills were introduced in 2018 that had common retirement-related elements. Second...

Why Work a Couple Extra Years?

Everyone has a retirement dream, but many are putting it off to work a little longer. Let’s take a look at why working into your retirement years may have a positive impact.

Washington Eyes Changes to Retirement Plans

Washington is looking to make changes to the nation’s retirement system. Key aspects of the Family Savings Act include these proposed defined contribution retirement plan provisions...

Balance Risk & Reward with Proper Asset Allocation

Asset allocation is an investment strategy that aims to balance risk and reward by considering retirement goals, risk tolerance, and investment timeline. Here's how proper allocation can help you!

President Trump's Executive Order

President Trump issued an Executive Order on August 31, directing the Department of Labor (DOL) and Department of Treasury to look at the following issues to improve worker retirement security:

5th Circuit Buries Fiduciary Rule

Although last year’s sweeping tax reform law left the retirement plan provisions largely untouched, the recent budget deal made significant changes to the hardship distribution rules.

4 Tips for a Healthier, Wealthier Retirement

Are you, or someone you're close to, within 10-15 years of retirement? When contemplating retirement, or if you are already retired, these 4 tips can lead to a healthier and more fulfilling time.

Fast Track Your Retirement!

The year is off to a fast start, but is your retirement plan? To get your retirement plan on the fast track you need to consider increasing your deferral percentage.

Budget Act Makes Changes to Hardship Distribution Rules

Although last year’s sweeping tax reform law left the retirement plan provisions largely untouched, the recent budget deal made significant changes to the hardship distribution rules.

IRA Rollover Deadline Waiver

If you receive a distribution from an employer plan (such as when you change jobs or retire) and you don’t roll over the funds into an IRA or new plan within 60 days, you can lose these benefits.

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