A new proposal from the Department of Labor today would allow small businesses to band together to offer 401(k) plans to employees like those offered by larger companies.
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President Trump on Friday issued an executive order requiring the Treasury and Labor Departments to consider amendments to rules affecting retirement accounts, including employer plans and individual retirement accounts.
As economic growth continued, the number of unbanked Americans fell to 5 percent in 2017, according to the Federal Reserve’s 2017 Report on the Economic Well-Being of U.S. Households released today.
In a long-awaited move, the Securities and Exchange Commission today proposed two new rules and an interpretation to improve investors’ understanding of their relationships with investment advisers and broker-dealers.
The FDIC has proposed to rescind the former Office of Thrift Supervision’s rule on fiduciary powers of state savings associations and amend current FDIC regulations regarding consent to exercise trust powers to reflect their applicability to both state savings associations and state nonmember banks.
A panel of federal judges today vacated the Department of Labor’s fiduciary rule in its entirety, overturning a lower court ruling.
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In a letter to Department of Labor Assistant Secretary Preston Rutledge today, ABA urged the DOL to make significant changes to its fiduciary rule in order to provide a finished, measured and functional regulation on investment advice.
As the Securities and Exchange Commission considers whether or not to propose a standard of conduct for investment advisers and broker-dealers, the American Bankers Association in a comment letter today outlined several key considerations for the SEC as it moves forward.
Wealth management today should be more ‘Six Million Dollar Man’ and less ‘The Terminator.’