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Retirement Income Policy Needs a Facelift

With "Peak 65" just around the corner, America’s patchwork retirement income policy is showing its age.
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Plan Sponsors Expecting More from Advisors

In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, there was a heightened demand for advisor guidance and expertise.
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How Today’s Annuities Serve the Needs of Tomorrows Retirees

Things appear to be moving slowly back toward the “old normal.”
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Good News For Company Plans: Need for More Distributions is Dwindling

Corporate tax reduction and strong investment returns have put pension plans in a good place, a NISA study finds.
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Has the Tide Finally Turned for Annuities?

Retirement planning and gaining income from assets in an effort to seek future financial protection is gaining steam.
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Special Report: Will Pension Risk Transfer Someday Control All DB Plans?

Without thoughtful preparation, offloading liabilities can be a costly and time-consuming endeavor.
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Rollercoaster Ride Yields Lower Pension Expense Despite Liabilities Going Higher

The largest U.S. corporate pension plans finished 2020 with a higher funding deficit than a year before.
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The Pandemic Hit Public Pension Funds Hard, But Now They’re Better Funded Than They’ve Been in Years

Pension funded levels have recovered rapidly from the lows of the pandemic, according to GSAM.
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Advisers Plan More Annuity Recommendations Amid the Pandemic

Data from InvestmentNews Research and an annuities webcast show that more advisers are interested in the products.
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A Rock in a Rough Sea: How the Pension Risk Transfer Market Set Records in 2020

In a year of uncertainty and volatility, the risk transfer market gave security and stability to thousands.
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