RETIRE EARLY, PAY MORE

In an interesting benefits.pro.com article headlined The unexpected cost of early retirement, Lisa Barron, citing a study by Fidelity Investments, reports that “couples who choose to retire early at 62 rather than waiting until 65 may hope to enjoy a few extra years...

CONTRIBUTIONS & DISTRIBUTIONS

 “Defined contribution plans will experience seismic outflows as baby boomers retire, creating opportunities, and real challenges, for advisors to plan sponsors,” writes Nick Thornton on benefitspro.com. “That’s the upshot of new analysis from Cerulli Associates that...