Roughly four in five retirement plan participants said it would be at least somewhat useful to have additional information about investment fees, according to research from The Pew Charitable Trusts.
Forty-three percent of Millennials say they need help managing saving for retirement, while 40% want help with good general savings habits.
Seventy percent of those with less than $45,000 in household income say they cannot afford to save for retirement.
This is in spite of the fact that 64% are very or extremely confident in their ability to make investment decisions on their own.
But when they work with an adviser, they understand the importance of more aggressive investing.
Financial planning guidance and Social Security counseling top the list of financial services Hispanics would like from their employers, according to a survey by MassMutual.
Data suggests that Millennials will make up 75% of the workforce by the year 2025.
Among Millennials, women are making less income and saving less for retirement, Wells Fargo Asset Management finds.
The majority of outflows from retirement plan participant accounts came from U.S. equities and company stock, despite powerful stock market returns for the year thus far.
A survey from NARPP reveals factors that improve participants' trust in their retirement plan providers.
Of those who do seek retirement investments advice, financial advisers are the most utilized source, according to a survey by Betterment.
In 1997, the asset class with the greatest amount of participant assets was company stock, an Alight Solutions analysis finds.
A new study suggests that without a universal supplement to Social Security, many of the 24 million workers ages 55 to 64 will face declining living standards or poverty in just 10 years.
Amid strong market returns in Q1 2017, most participants left asset allocations in DC plans unchanged, according to a new report by the ICI.
In order to attract and retain top talent, employers are integrating benefits programs to address key issues.
Many Millennials would rather pay down current debt than prioritize retirement savings, according to a survey by BMO Wealth Management.