A New Road to Retirement Income

Faculty Member Michael Finke Landscape Photo
ThinkAdvisor
February 24, 2020

As the financial services sector continues to adapt to the SECURE Act, put in place at the beginning of the year, the question of how it will affect people’s efforts to save for retirement is still very much unsettled.

While some advisors claim the “safe harbor” provision included in the Act could open the doors to irresponsible financial plans marketed to an unsuspecting public, others see an opportunity to shore up existing products and make them more valuable long-term for those trying to save for retirement.

In the cover story for the latest edition of ThinkAdvisor, professor of wealth management Michael Finke takes an in-depth look at the ongoing impacts of the SECURE Act with RICP® program director Wade Pfau and several other top financial thought leaders as they discuss how new regulations could affect saving and spending in retirement.

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