Hartford Updates K Plan Education Series

June 14, 2005 (PLANSPONSOR.com) - The Hartford Financial Services Group has unveiled the next generation of its Plan for Life Series, a K plan educational program.

A Hartford news release said the six new modules focus on the end benefit to the participant of taking a certain action, rather than product features.   They are designed for delivery in under 30 minutes and are accompanied by a one page leave-behind flyer for the participant, according to the announcement.  

The new material focuses on specific retirement investing topics such as the high cost of procrastination and the benefits of increasing your deferral percentage.

“We are making a significant investment in our service infrastructure and educational support for our financial professional and plan sponsor clients because we believe it is crucial to our shared success and vital for retirement investors,” said Jim Davey, vice president and managing director of The Hartford’s corporate retirement plans business, in the news release.