by The Morning Pulse

January 28, 2014

401(a)/(k)/403(b)/457(b) PLANS

EBRI: Auto features improve DC participants’ chances of reaching goals
Attention defined contribution participants: Beware of being the patsy!
Social Security plus 401(k): A cozy retirement?
Behavioral techniques goosing retirement savings

Using Technology to Communicate to Participants


IRS Preps for Cash Balance Plan Program
Risk Questions on Multiemployer Plans
Detroit as Bellwether? Maybe No
Pension crisis weighs heavily in Pa.
Warning over pension reforms amid claims of 30% payout hike


Weighing The Week Ahead: What Is The Market Message?
Emerging-market sell-off signals deeper problems
Dealers expect U.S. to borrow less money this year
Consultants Predict Strong OCIO Growth
U.S. lawmakers criticize report on asset-management sector

Tight lending holds back eurozone recovery

The Economic Implications of Money Market Fund Capital Buffers


Hedge funds, private equity chasing retail investors but fees are high and returns aren’t

Hedge funds hit by passport rules
Private Equity Returns: How Stable Are They Really?
An early spring for private equity


Diversification Beyond Stocks


Economists say U.S. health care law won’t affect hiring
Texas Places Restrictions on Obamacare ‘Navigators’
Top Healthcare Jobs You Can Get Without a Four-Year Degree
Monetary Incentives Encourage Corporate Wellness Participation


Some states consider bringing estate taxes closer to federal exemptions
Advisers err by ignoring wives, research shows
Advised Investors Underperformed Self-Directed Ones in 2013


Are HR directors lacking in international experience?


Foundations Offering to Bail Out Detroit May Regret Their DecisionEndowments are of more than academic interest

Jeffrey H. Snyder

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An American entrepreneur and business leader, Jeffrey H. Snyder represents the American ethos and work ethic by applying his management, finance and information technology skills and experience to the financial services industry. He currently serves as a Vice President, Senior Consultant with Cammack Retirement Group and Chief Executive Officer of The Morning Pulse, Inc., Jeffrey has held a wide range of senior positions within the United States defined contribution retirement industry. His experience is as broad as it is deep and he has worked with many of the industry’s top firms to provide guidance and solutions to employers throughout all sectors of the economy.

Considered an “industry insider”, Jeffrey is often sought out for his opinion on a wide range of industry topics speaking at industry conferences and web events. Most recently, Jeffrey was a panelist for Pension and Investments’ 2013 Public Funds DC Summit and the moderator for Bloomberg’s “Ahead of the Curve: The Latest Trends of Defined Contribution Retirement Plans”. He has also been quoted in industry periodicals such as The Benefits Law Journal and Institutional Investor and has written countless articles. He recently authored Optimizing Public Pension Systems: A Call for a Plan of Action for Public Defined Contribution Plan Sponsors and Eight Hot Topics for Defined Contribution Retirement Plan Sponsors, both picked up by the National media.


Jeffrey has a passion for reaching out, guiding others and sharing important information. In late 2012, Jeffrey founded The Morning Pulse, Inc., a media company focused on aggregating, organizing and delivering industry information daily. Over a thousand industry professionals and senior executives have come to trust Jeffrey for his editorial eye and timely delivery of important and relevant news.

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