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  • Consequences Known and Unknown (1/12/2021)

    Our firm is based in the nation's capital. And though it's been many months since we’ve regularly frequented our office on North Capitol Street, it remains within a few blocks of the United States Capitol building. So, as we, along with the rest of the nation, watched the storming of the House and Senate during the tallying of presidential electoral votes last week, it held particular resonance.
  • Rounding Out a Rollercoaster Year (12/8/2020)

    Uncertainty has characterized much of 2020 and the year’s final month is no different than the 11 that preceded it. In some ways, December looks to be the strangest month of the year, with the holiday season and promise of a vaccine contending with the worsening pandemic and economic warning signs.
  • Hopes for a Smooth Road Back to Normal (11/18/2020)

    In the two short weeks since election night, financial markets have rallied on the belief that the road back to normal will be both smooth and relatively fast. We are heartened by the news driving those gains, but as always, we continue to be on the lookout for bumps that might slow or derail the recovery.
  • Without a Concession, Uncertainties Will Linger (11/6/2020)

    The market's immediate reaction in the first two days following the election on November 3 was exceedingly positive, with traders pushing the S&P 500 to within shooting distance of its all-time high. But, much like the rest of the year 2020, a number of uncertainties are still looming on the horizon.
  • The Road Ahead (10/28/2020)

    With the nation's eyes so firmly locked on the November 3, 2020 election, we've cast our gaze differently and have been considering what happens in the days and weeks that follow that crucial vote — no matter the electoral outcome.
  • Never a Dull Moment (10/8/2020)

    Heading into the November election, with COVID-19 still in circulation, each day seems to bring a new batch of eye-catching (and often market-moving) headlines. Some are cause for hope, others are cause for concern.
  • ICMA-RC Supports Additional Congressional Relief for Local and State Governments (7/22/2020)

    Congress reconvened on July 20, 2020. It is expected that consideration will be given to a fourth legislative package to address the impacts of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
  • COVID-19 & Market Volatility: Can Greater Asset Diversification in Defined-Contribution Plans Lead to Better Outcomes? (5/7/2020)

    Matthew Brenner, Managing Vice President, Investments, and other panel guests discuss the COVID-19 economic shock and its impact on portfolios with Georgetown Center for Retirement Initiative’s Executive Director Angela Antonelli.

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INSIGHTS ON MARKET VOLATILITY

INSIGHTS ON MARKET VOLATILITY

Learn about strategies and resources ICMA-RC is using to help address market concerns.

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MESSAGES FROM OUR CEO AND PRESIDENT

MESSAGES FROM OUR CEO AND PRESIDENT

ICMA-RC CEO and President Lynne Ford addresses the impact of market volatility and the coronavirus.

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 ACCOUNT MANAGEMENT AND EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES

ACCOUNT MANAGEMENT AND EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES

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TRANSITION SERVICES

TRANSITION SERVICES

Learn about employee resources ICMA-RC makes available for life events, such as a job loss or unexpected early retirement.

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ADVISORY SERVICES

ADVISORY SERVICES

Guided Pathways Advisory Services can assist participants who are concerned about investing in uncertain times.

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