The Irony of Inflation Forecasting (Research Roundup)

In this month's roundup, we learn that CEOs pay little attention to inflation. We also find out why retirees keep saving, why "centaurs" pick stocks so well, which financial biases keep people poor, and how working longer affects male mortality.

Honorable Mention

Strength helps insurers withstand volatility: AM Best; T. Rowe Price announces fund fee reductions and a new TDF series; $13 million settlement in high-fee suit against Columbia's 403(b) plan; Ubiquity adds ESG options to plan offerings; Personalized TDFs from Cuna Mutual.

A close look at ‘collective defined contribution’ plans

A timely new white paper from the Center for Retirement Initiatives at Georgetown University makes a case for these retirement plans, which try to blend elements of defined benefit pensions and of defined contribution plans in a best-of-both-worlds hybrid.


May 20, 2021

If the DOL Investigates You…

Here are five FAQs about Department of Labor investigations of retirement plan advisers, and answers from attorneys at the prominent ERISA law firm Faegre Drinker. (Photo: Labor Secretary Marty Walsh.)