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Here’s why TIAA can no longer play by its own rules (InvestmentNews)

TIAA Is Paying $97 Million to Customers to Settle Dual Investigations (Barron’s)

These Hidden Fees Are Taking A Bite Out Of Your Retirement Savings (CNBC)

SEC orders AIG unit to pay $40 million for disclosure violations in teacher retirement plans (InvestmentNews)

Advisor Works to Bring Low Fees to 403(b)s (Morningstar)

Teachers Are Getting Schooled In Retirement (Wealth

What I learned When I left Wealth Management (Financial Planning)

Regulators Crack Down on Teacher Pension Plans Rife With Conflicts (Investment News)

SEC Probes An AIG Unit’s Sales Of Annuities To Teachers (Barron’s)

Investigation into 403(b) costs, sales could be an A+ for Teachers (Investment News)

Why Indexed Annuities May Promise More Than They Deliver (Consumer Reports)

The Annuity Trap That Teachers Need to Avoid (Barron’s)

How Annuities Can Undermine Teachers’ Retirement Savings (Barron’s)

Savings Plans Shortchange Public-School Teachers.  Here’s How to Fix It (LA Times)

Even Math Teachers Are At a Loss to Understand Annuities (NY Times)

403(b) Advisors Are Disappointed with TIAA, but say other providers are ‘way worse’ (Investment News)

Are glossy annuity ads glossing over the issues? (Financial Planning)

Investors Might Be Paying Too Much For These Index Funds (Barron’s)

Why These Teachers’ Retirement Plans Aren’t Making the Grade (CNBC)



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