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Kristen Beckman
Industry change: Impossible challenge or opportunity for success?
Article posted by Kristen Beckman
There’s no doubt the industry is experiencing some turmoil lately. The U.S. Department of Labor’s fiduciary rule has created confusion and fear among some advisors about what the rule means to their practice and how they will comply.

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Nick Thornton
New mortality tables may reduce pension liabilities for some sponsors
Article posted by Nick Thornton
The new mortality tables could ease sponsors’ pension liabilities by 1.5 to 2 percent, depending on the specific financials and demographics of a given plan.

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Mark Massie
Personal Pensions Simplified
Article posted by Mark Massie
Deferred Income Annuities (DIAs) have been getting a lot of attention lately with surprising increases in sales volume from fiduciaries, bank distribution, RIAs and even independent advisors. What's the appeal?

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Allison Bell
Employers face ACA Social Security number reporting snarl
Article posted by Allison Bell
NAHU wants the IRS to have mercy on sponsors of fully insured plans

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Nick Thornton
ERISA attorneys dismiss rumors of DOL fiduciary rule delay
Article posted by Nick Thornton
But the presidential election could affect the fate of the fiduciary rule

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