Businesses not ready for employer mandate
Less than half of respondents to a Lucas Group survey say they're reasonably sure they would be able to comply with PPACA's employer mandate.
Microbusinesses struggle with health insurance costs
The talent search for microbusinesses has never been easy, and in the era of escalating health insurance costs, owners of those businesses are particularly challenged.
What a GOP Senate could mean for PPACA
What will happen to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act if Republicans take control of the Senate after next week’s election?
Schwab launches automated portfolios
The automated investment advisory service will be available to retail investors in the first quarter of 2015; RIAs will be able to offer a white-label version “shortly thereafter.”
Owens-Illinois settles with former members of DB plan
The decade-long dispute between former members of Owens-Illinois defined benefit plan and the Ohio-based global manufacturer of glass containers is finally settled.
When an employee lands in an Ebola quarantine
As an employer, what are your obligations? What workplace laws are implicated?
Many IRA investors extremely allocated
In being designated extreme, investors had either less than 10 percent of assets allocated in one class, or more than 90 percent in one asset class.
Advice spurs women on retirement planning
The problem is that while the number of women who want financial advice is on the increase, they don’t know where to go to get it.
Millennials drag on parents’ retirement savings, plans
Six in 10 American parents are providing financial support to their adult children, regardless of its effect on their retirement plans.
Passive funds continue advance on DC world
Two-thirds of the advisors surveyed are now including passively managed funds, compared to 54 percent last year.