Data and Research
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.
Many older Americans are taking on debt at a time when they should be focused on savings and retirement investments, according to the Employee Benefit Research Institute.
Retirement plan sponsors surveyed repeatedly expressed frustration with regulatory complexity and concern about greater worker mobility.
Nearly nine in 10 households would oppose action by the government taking away the tax advantages of DC retirement accounts.
Nine investment and recordkeeping providers will be recognized for their achievement at the annual Awards for Excellence dinner to be held March 31.