Jerry Kalish, publisher of The Retirement Plan Blog, provided a nice review of my book today. Jerry is the President of National Benefit Services, Inc., a Chicago-based employee benefit consulting and administrative firm that serves private-held companies, publicly traded companies, and public sector employers. He founded the firm over 30 years ago and has also authored and edited two books on employee benefits and is currently at work on his third. Jerry's blog is one of the best around for retirement-related topics and he is also a voice of change in the industry. I'm honored he saw fit to read the book and offer his opinion on it.
The launch of the Fixing the 401(k) Blog was also recently announced on several other highly-respected blogs, including:
Pension Risk Matters is authored by Dr. Susan Mangiero and is the best resource I've found on pension governance and risk and valuation issues relating to pension plans.
The Boston ERISA and Insurance Litigation Blog is written by Stephen Rosenberg and provides great insight into current legal developments with regard to ERISA and insurance coverage.
AllFinancialMatters.com is an extremely popular personal finance blog and one of the best around. It is written by Jeffrey Pritchard, a financial planner in Beaumont, Texas (otherwise known as "JLP") and Money Magazine named it the "Most sensible" money blog.
Fi360 is the leading provider of investment fiduciary education, practice management, and support for investment fiduciaries. Fi360 also awards the Accredited Investment Fiduciary® (AIF®) and Accredited Investment Fiduciary AnalystTM (AIFA®) professional designations.
I'd like to thank each of them for helping spread the word about the book and the blog. You can also find links to their blogs to the right of this entry under the "Blogs I Read" section.