Revamping Retirement Podcast


Showing our Public Plan Perspectives article library.

Show all >


21

Feb 2020

Episode 13: Revenue Sharing

In episode thirteen, Mike Webb discusses revenue sharing - what it is, how it works, and why it is important for retirement plan sponsors to fully understand how it impacts a fund's net cost.

Read more

23

Jan 2020

Episode 12: The SECURE Act

In ​episode twelve, Mike Webb shares the key provisions of the SECURE Act and the impact they will have on retirement plan sponsors and participants

Read more

19

Nov 2019

Episode 10: Gonzaga University

​In episode ten, Mike Webb talks with Lisa Schwartzenburg​, the Assistant Director of Benefits at Gonzaga University, about the role the university's unique culture plays in regard to their retirement plan and other employee benefits.

Read more

18

Oct 2019

Episode 9: The FIRE Movement

​In episode nine of Revamping Retirement, Mike Webb chats with J.Money, an award-winning personal finance blogger and notable member of the FIRE (Financial Independence, Retire Early) movement.

Read more

20

Sep 2019

Episode 8: The State of Oregon PERS Expo

In episode eight, Mike Webb chats with Dean Carson and Roger Smith from the State of Oregon about their innovative and highly regarded Retirement Savings Expo, an annual event that provides employees​ an opportunity to learn about their benefits in one place, with a creative and fun approach.

Read more

17

Jul 2019

Episode 6: Financial Wellness

In episode six of Revamping Retirement, Mike Webb explores the the importance of financial wellness programs to engage retirement plan participants.

Read more

19

Jun 2019

Episode 5: What is a 403(b) Plan?

In episode five of Revamping Retirement, Mike Webb attempts to demystify 403(b) plans by sharing the basics, exploring why they exist and how they differ from 401(k) plans.

Read more

17

May 2019

Episode 4: Retirement Plans Then and Now - Fees

In this three-part series, we take a look back at how the retirement plan industry has evolved over the past 25 years and what that means for plan sponsors today. We conclude with the one thing that has likely changed the most - fees.

Read more