A report from NARPP shows participant engagement with retirement plan providers is declining and reveals what participants say could improve their trust in providers.
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A company match contribution or bigger company match, more education and access to financial advice are among incentives for savings identified in a Natixis survey.
A survey from the Empower Institute reveals retirement industry terms employees prefer, what they want communications look like, and how they prefer to receive them.
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Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s 2018 Workplace Benefits Report also finds men and women show different levels of financial stress.
Retirement plan sponsors have access to a plethora of data that can help them in making plan design and participant education decisions.
A study shows that higher levels of trust lead to better financial decision-making which includes higher rates of savings, increased commitment to savings, and increased loyalty to providers.
Data from the Alight Solutions 401(k) Index shows retirement plan participants reacted poorly to the latest round of stock market volatility, with trading activity described by researchers as “exceptionally high” over the days following the stock market plunge.
According to Voya, the new tool allows employees to visualize their own path towards retirement and future financial goals.
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.
In 1997, the asset class with the greatest amount of participant assets was company stock, an Alight Solutions analysis finds.
The Millennial generation also wants to make a social impact with their investments, a survey from Capital Group found.