The evolution towards more effective retirement planning is already underway, and many fiduciaries are breathing a sigh of relief because of it.
What is motivating the government to offer a product when there are already better free market alternatives available?
The numbers suggest the QLAC product isn’t quite ready for prime time.
Maybe marketing isn’t all that it’s cracked up to be – at least when it comes to the best interests of retirement savers.
Like lemmings to the sea, retirement savers default to a controversial product.
If the product is so “pro-consumer” why are consumers not pro-product?
Despite evidence of its uselessness, it’s been a long goodbye for volatility. Will this bomb unsuspecting plan sponsors?