In an effort to grow the economy through pro-business policies, President-elect Donald Trump has promised to pare down big government in favor of fewer regulations. There are many question marks as we roll into 2017, many of which won’t be answered for months to come.
Last week President-elect Donald Trump announced his pick for Secretary of Labor, fast-food executive Andrew Puzder. During the campaign, both Trump and Hillary Clinton stated they would support state-run IRA programs once in office. Does the appointment of Puzder change this?
As we roll into December, the election is nearly a month behind us and the country is waiting to see what President-elect Donald J. Trump’s administration will do over the next four years. Trump and his transition team are in the process of selecting Cabinet members, of which only a few have been announced (this New York Times article) has a list that is regularly updated). As of this blog post, one of those positions that hasn’t been announced yet is Secretary of Labor. So there are quite a few unknowns. Will the President Trump the Fiduciary Rule?
This post is the eighth in our series focusing on individual state-run retirement programs and it looks at Oregon, the Beaver State. If you missed them, catch up on the first seven posts, plus an overview of state-run retirement programs: Connecticut, Maryland, New Jersey, Washington, California, Illinois, and Massachusetts.
We turn our attention to the Constitution State this week as we look at Connecticut’s state-run retirement program. Here are the previous posts in this series: Maryland, New Jersey, Washington, California, Illinois, Massachusetts, and an overview of state-run retirement programs.
Maryland, our nation’s seventh state, is the focus of this week’s state-run retirement plan series. Check out previous blog posts: New Jersey, Washington, California, Illinois, Massachusetts, and an overview of state-run retirement programs.
This week’s state-run retirement plan series focuses on the Garden State of New Jersey. Past blog posts: Washington, California’s, Illinois, Massachusetts, and an overview of state-run retirement programs.
Part IV of our look at state-run retirement plans brings us to the Evergreen State, named after our first president, Washington. Past blog posts: California, Illinois, Massachusetts, and an overview of state-run retirement programs.
Our study of state-run retirement programs continues as we look at Massachusetts, the Bay State. This is the third post in this series. Read about California’s program and Illinois’ program, as well as an overview of state-run retirement programs.
This week we turn our focus to the home of Lincoln, the great state of Illinois, as well look at state-run retirement programs. For a little history, check out our posts State-Run Retirement Options in the Works and last week’s IRA Provider State-Run Retirement: A Look at California's Retirement Program).