Data and Research
By looking at the groups who scored highest in all categories in its Retire Ready Index, Voya offers an opportunity to better understand the traits, behaviors and practices...
Americans have knowledge about financial planning concepts and importance, but are not following through with actions, a study suggests.
A recent academic research paper suggests “procrastinators” fare worse—potentially much worse—in the retirement planning effort.
A study of retirees’ well-being suggests health trumps wealth in experiencing satisfaction in retirement.
A report suggests health care costs will consume a rising percentage of Social Security benefits for future retirees.
Adds health state to all retirement replacement rate calculations in participant tool.
Fifty-five percent of Americans younger than 30 feel not saving enough could be the greatest setback on their path to retirement.
A new paper suggests that favorable assessments of aggregate retirement readiness in the United States often rely on untested assumptions.
Nearly 40 million working-age households, or about 45% of all working-age U.S. households, do not own any retirement account assets.