Data and Research
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.
The American Academy of Actuaries evaluated how well public and private retirement systems—and proposals to reform them—meet the needs of participants, sponsors and other stakeholders.
Baby Boomers are changing the traditional definition of retirement.
Despite concerns about their employees' ability to save enough for retirement, few nonprofit 403(b) plan sponsors use targeted education or offer financial wellness programs.
More investors surveyed prefer a 401(k) over a pension, and they do not want to give up control of all retirement savings actions.
Many retirees find the retirement life brings more satisfaction and less worry than they anticipated.
Target-date funds are expected to capture almost 90% of 401(k) contributions by 2019.