401(k) plan sponsors can emulate the retirement security advantages of defined benefit plans by adding lifetime income features.
Roth contributions, employee after-tax contributions, and in-plan Roth conversions are often-overlooked paths to boosting employees' plan balances.
Fiduciary liability issues dominate the 401(k) landscape this year.
Why 401(k) plan sponsors' motivations for switching to passive investment vehicles could run afoul of ERISA.
DoL's new "conflict of interest rule" for plan advisers may be good news for sponsors of small 401(k) plans, but will it drive up fees?
For all the good the PPA has done for plan participants, there are some unfortunate unintended consequences of the law.
With many pension plans too low-funded to justify aggressive fixed-income investment, lump-sum buyouts and annuities are popular derisking strategies.
With PBGC premiums soaring, sponsors face more pressure to fund up their plans. General Motors' response: do it with debt-issuance proceeds.
Absent the ruling, Chicago public employees would have had to pay 11% more of their wages toward their retirement.
CFOs aren't as concerned about fiduciary liability as they should be.