Employees won in the Supreme Court case Tibble v. Edison. The court says Edison had an ongoing duty to review investments, so the time limit argument was moot.
Nearly a quarter of workers offered a 401(k) plan in 2013 didn’t save any money. Plan sponsors think confusion about saving and investing could be to blame.
Retirement savers can now buy annuities in tax-deferred accounts without worrying about RMDs.
Should your employer’s 401(k) plan let you invest in exchange-traded funds, or ETFs?
Steady savings and good returns push 401(k) balances to record highs.
How are 401(k) investors doing? We’re doing the best we can, given the circumstances.
The Center for Retirement Research at Boston College came out with a dismal status report of the 401(k) plan.
401(k) fee disclosures have been delayed once again. A couple of years ago, we were promised that by January of 2012, we would be told how much our 401(k) plans cost. Then last July, the Department of Labor issued a final regulation, postponing the effective date for 401(k) fee disclosure to April 1 of 2012