Data and Research
It’s a common research finding that men, on average, have more saved for retirement than women have, but new BlackRock research has identified a core of “smart savers”...
A report suggests employers that use automatic enrollment in their defined contribution retirement plans may be using deferral and match rates that offset the costs of higher participation.
Eighty percent of Catholic dioceses offer lay employees a 403(b) plan, while 15% offer a 401(k).
Individuals should consider the expense and usage of non-recurring health care services, which increases with age, when planning for retirement.
LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute research suggests a formal written plan can make a big difference in creating a secure retirement through the defined contribution system.
Americans confess their greatest financial worry about retirement is high medical expenses, as revealed in a Bankrate.com survey.
The savings deficits that households are simulated to generate in retirement will be greater if Social Security becomes insolvent.