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Target Monthly Income and not an Account Balance When Saving for Retirement

Target Monthly Income and not an Account Balance When Saving for Retirement

By: Eric Droblyen

February 25th 2015

Income replacement should be the target when saving for retirement
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Evaluating 401(k) Providers: Separating Commodity from Value-Added Services

Evaluating 401(k) Providers: Separating Commodity from Value-Added Services

By: Eric Droblyen

February 10th 2015

When shopping 401k providers for your small businesses retirement plan, it's important to separate commodity from value-added services.
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NAPA stakes a position against the DOL’s fiduciary rule

NAPA stakes a position against the DOL’s fiduciary rule

By: Eric Droblyen

January 26th 2015

NAPA is missing the point of a fiduciary rule. DOL is saying it’s too easy for unscrupulous or incompetent brokers to steer investors to products with higher fees.
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Keeping my Fingers Crossed for 401(k) Reform in Tonight’s SOTU Address

Keeping my Fingers Crossed for 401(k) Reform in Tonight’s SOTU Address

By: Eric Droblyen

January 20th 2015

Small business retirement plan reform in 2015 State of the Union address. Hopefully a fiduciary standard to 401(k) savers are clear, conflict-fee advice at reasonable fees
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MyRAs are not the answer for expanding retirement plan coverage

MyRAs are not the answer for expanding retirement plan coverage

By: Eric Droblyen

January 6th 2015

MyRAs not yet a strong alternative for small business retirement plans. The President and Congress need to work together to give workers more options.
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New Year’s Resolution # 1 for Fiduciaries – “I WILL Evaluate My 401(k) Plan Fees

New Year’s Resolution # 1 for Fiduciaries – “I WILL Evaluate My 401(k) Plan Fees"

By: Eric Droblyen

December 30th 2014

ERISA requires 401(k) sponsors, and any other fiduciary, to ensure that the services provided to their plan are necessary with fair 401(k) Plan Fees
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Why All Employers Should Know their “All-In” 401(k) Fee

Why All Employers Should Know their “All-In” 401(k) Fee

By: Eric Droblyen

August 28th 2014

Breaking down the individual factors of a 401(k) plan is overwhelming. Instead, we recommend an All-In 401(k) fee that provides a single, total price.
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