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More employers are considering private exchanges for health care benefits and the use of telemedicine.
A study finds about half of parents are willing to delay retirement or dip into retirement savings to pay for children’s education.
In response to lawsuits filed by the EEOC regarding employer wellness programs, lawmakers have introduced legislation to clarify rules.
Legislation has been introduced that would increase the cap on deferrals and matching contributions for safe harbor plans.
2014 pension buy-out sales reached $8.5 billion.
Implications of two litigation outcomes in June 2014 depend on the type of employee stock ownership plan an employer offers.
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The company expects to continue hiring new staff for the investment office in Pittsburgh.
It’s a common research finding that men, on average, have more saved for retirement than women, but new BlackRock research has identified a core of “smart savers” bucking this trend.
Plan participant age metrics can be a critical factor in setting liability-driven investing strategies, according to Nuveen Asset Management.
Content in the myStockOptions.com Tax Center provides insights into the prevention of tax return mistakes for equity compensation plans.
A trend toward working longer seen in the 1980s and '90s has stabilized.
Chuck Cornelio has served in a variety of roles at Lincoln.
Employer financial wellness programs may include education about budgeting and paying down debt, but they should also help employees protect themselves against some key financial risks.
Wilshire Consulting also reported that corporate pensions reached a 77.2% funding ratio in February.
An evaluation tool created by NARPP can be used to measure the impact of education programs and initiatives.
New research from the National Institute on Retirement Security finds nearly nine in 10 Americans believe the nation faces a serious retirement readiness crisis.
Multinational pharmaceutical company Sanofi is being investigated for possible ERISA violations after continuing to offer company stock as a retirement plan investment option, despite alleged knowledge that it was violating federal anti-kickback laws.
A federal appellate court found language in a plan membership letter and beneficiary designation form did not show intent for a nonqualified plan to adopt all terms of a qualified retirement plan.
Retirement readiness is the loser when participants take distributions before retirement, says BMO Retirement Services in a white paper.