2022 DC Plan Benchmarking Survey
By studying trends in DC plan design and usage, sponsors can benchmark...
Hackers’ Withdrawal Strategies
Experts advise readiness and watchfulness to thwart cyberattacks—such as from many crooks’...
A New, Increased ‘Safe’ Withdrawal Rate?
Based on Morningstar's annual model, retirees may draw down a higher percentage...
The DOL's final rule lets plans use environmental, social and governance investments in their qualified default investment alternative, choose such...
Participants’ current DC plan is likely just one source of their retirement savings.
SECURE 2.0 brings a new chapter of changes to retirement law; 2022’s Form 5500 gets revisions in 5 areas; judge dismisses 2 of the recent spate of Miller...
Images are fine, but to get the retirement-saving message across, use words, a study says.
The Gap Is Wide EBSA Restores $1.4 Billion in 2022 The Employee Benefits Security Administration recovered $1.4 billion through various programs for fiscal year 2022. This falls well...
To help preserve their near-retirees’ savings, many sponsors are linking their TDFs with an income-focused strategy.
According to a recent study, public sector workers will need Social Security, medical benefits and supplemental savings—all on top of their pension—to finance their retirement.
Participant Analysis |
For many workers, a defined contribution plan with an employer match or a discretionary contribution could be the difference between accepting one job vs. another. For others, deferring...
Investments Special Issue︱ESG |
Nearly 200 institutional investors and advisers tuned in for PLANSPONSOR’s “Exploring ESG Investing” virtual conference, November 10, 2022, to learn...
Total Benefits |
Should ‘ESAs’ become a core employee benefit?
Investments Special Issue︱Opinion |
ESOPs can up the assets of working Americans, and benefit the company.
Fiduciary Forum |
Guard fiduciaries from participants’ bad investment decisions.
Inside Angle |
The agency’s revised regulation warms to ‘green.’
Plan Profile |
The 2017 403(b) Plan Sponsor of the Year exceeds its own success.