Congratulations to this year’s crop of PLANSPONSOR of the Year winners and finalists!
The choice of plan design elements adopted by plan sponsor nominees slowly evolves each year and acts as a bellwether for retirement plan growth overall.
Do you own a pet, and what would you sacrifice to pay for an emergency pet expense?
Summaries of the latest news from Washington and the courts.
Will the financial fragility of retirees increase?
The programs that employers offer their workers, for the most part, do not speak to each individual’s particular situation.
The age group with the most investable assets is 55 – 64 years, with $16 trillion.
Sponsors should invest the time to confirm that their plan’s call center strategy fulfills the reason that they have a call center.
Index Fund Usage Increases in 401(k)s Percentage of plan assets in index funds 2006 2015 >$10mm – $50mm 8.1% 14.4% >$50mm – $100mm 10% 16% >$100mm – $250mm 12.3%...
Honoring the winners of the nine categories of plans: five segments of corporate 401(k); two segments of nonprofit DC; public DC; and TRO.
The PLANSPONSOR Plan Administration Guide, Part 1, offers insight into the provider marketplace for defined benefit (DB) plan, stock plan and health savings account (HSA) administration.
For plan sponsors, finding the right stock plan administration provider can be both easy and difficult.
The continued adoption of HSAs reflects how many employees have taken on greater decisionmaking roles in how their health care dollars are spent.
The 25 providers that responded to our 2018 Defined Benefit (DB) Administration Survey collectively account for more than 27 million DB participants.
Before selecting a new recordkeeper, plan sponsors need to gain a good understanding of the processes and procedures that providers would bring to their plan.
Smarter Social Security and DC plan withdrawal optimization.
Considering the funds’ capabilities, why aren’t plan sponsors listening?
PBGC premiums are high, but there are ways to control them.
Boomers will rely more on retirement income drawn from DC plans.
Electronic recordkeeping raises concerns.
DOL continues ping pong on social investment issues.
Participants may elect a different percentage than taken from their pay.