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  1. A Prescription to Save the American Retirement System?

    Respected retirement researchers call for shifting more of the Social Security tax burden to upper-income taxpayers, tapping home equity in retirement, and mandatory auto enrollment in retirement plans.

  2. Pale Yale: What the Yale Model Can't Teach You

    The situations of the Yale Endowment Fund and most individual investors are worlds apart.

  3. Improving Your Client Communications

    To reach clients effectively, you must expand your communications toolbox with multimedia presentations.

  4. Oil, Cuba, and Russia, Oh My!

    A surprising December capped off a decent year for most CEFs.

  5. Morningstar's 2014 Alternatives Fund Manager of the Year Nominees

    These alternatives managers did more with less.

  6. Fund Costs: The Good and Bad News

    The overall trend is great, but 401(k)s remain a problem.

  7. Retirement Plans for Young People: Know Your Choices

    Younger investors may want options for accessing their funds prior to retirement.

  8. Revisiting K-12 School District 403(b) Agreements

    Prudent Investor Advisors' W. Scott Simon analyzes a series of agreements between a large insurance company and a K-12 school district.

  9. The Attack on Shareholder Value

    Can a company be measured solely by its stock returns?

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  3. What the Market Turbulence Means for Investors

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  1. Illinois Retirement Initiative Could Blaze a Path for Other States

    Will the Land of Lincoln soon be known for something other than Al Capone and imprisoned former governors?

  2. T. Rowe Price's Head of Fixed Income Departs

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  3. Optimizing a Portfolio for 'Accumulator' Clients

    It can make sense to take a bit of risk off the table for this type of client.

  4. Time for a National Conversation About Retirement Policy

    Ideas from abroad for improving retirement policy in the U.S.

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