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The 403(b) market – room for future upgrades?

In my last post I talked about my neighbors’ discomfort with change, even though it positions us for the future. Some have complained a new TV service is inferior. While I agree there may be fewer bells and whistles, the new provider uses a fiber optic-based system with plenty of room for future upgrades. It’s

Posted by Aaron Friedman, National Practice Leader - Tax-Exempt, the Principal Financial Group, Princor Registered Representative on September 22, 2017

Are 403(b) plans evolving fast enough?

My community recently experienced a technology upgrade. We now have fiber optics for TV and ultra-high speed internet. While I don’t really have use for 1GBps internet speed today, I know this latest evolution enables future technology. Change is often a good thing. But not everyone sees it that way. Many neighbors have raised complaints

Posted by Aaron Friedman, National Practice Leader - Tax-Exempt, the Principal Financial Group, Princor Registered Representative on September 15, 2017

Short and Sharp: In an uncertain world, German voters value continuity and stability

The German economy seems to be going from strength to strength. Unemployment has fallen to just 3.8%, consumer confidence is encouragingly positive, and the Ifo business confidence index is close to record highs. Perhaps it is no wonder that Angela Merkel is likely to win a fourth term as German chancellor in the federal elections

Posted by Seema Shah, Global Investment Strategist, Principal Global Investors on September 14, 2017

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