Data and Research
In a new issue brief, the American Academy of Actuaries explains four categories of plan design features that might affect retirement outcomes, depending on the participant.
As health care employees’ worry about outliving their assets, plan sponsors can help them prepare for income in retirement.
Research examined the effects of establishing future dates as new beginnings and opportunities to save for retirement
While making more progress on retirement readiness, women still value professional help to reach their financial goals.
Discount rate and equity market volatility is expected to continue.
Saving for emergencies in addition to saving for retirement is important, and plan sponsors should recognize that many employees still like to speak to an actual person about...
Nonprofit investors are turning to alternative investments to help boost performance, as they expect traditional investments to produce lower returns in the next 10 years, according to a...
Reframing savings rates to pennies over percentages has proved useful in theory to boost participation and has shown success when put into practice.
Retirement plan sponsors shared in a survey the steps they have taken, or plan to take, to reduce plan leakage and retain retiree assets in the plan.
Employers should provide financial wellness programs that continuously engage employees, as employee stress has increased, especially among younger generations dealing with student loan debt.
Public funds bested corporate funds thanks to higher equity allocations.
The American Academy of Actuaries gives clarifying insight on recent life expectancy data released by the CDC.
Whether plans saw a slight increase or decrease depended on their lifecycle stage and allocation to equities.