Will I have enough money at retirement?

Introducing Your Money Questions Answered, our new podcast where we answer your questions about money. In today’s episode, we answer the question Will I have enough money at retirement?     Your Money Questions Answered website: http://bit.ly/ymqa-website Listen in Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/ymqa-apple Listen in Google Podcasts: http://bit.ly/ymqa-google Listen in Spotify: http://bit.ly/ymqa-spotify Listen in TuneIn: http://bit.ly/ymqa-tunein  Read more ➝

Your Past, Present, and Future to Financial Wellness

Did you know that 53% of full-time employed American adults felt stressed dealing with their personal financial situations over the past few years?[1] Financial wellness programs can be beneficial to financially-stressed employees, but there are many stages to financial wellness! Our new Employee Guide covers the three stages of financial wellness: Paying down debt Paying  Read more ➝

4 Tips to Boost Your Employees’ Retirement Outlook

As many employees look ahead to retirement, 47% of workers feel somewhat confident that they’ll have enough money saved to retire on time and then live comfortably.1 However, forward-thinking employers have the ability to help their employees work toward a confident and happy retirement. According to the 2018 Retirement Confidence Survey from the Employee Benefit  Read more ➝

Motivating Savings with Financial Wellness and Plan Design

How can you, as a plan sponsor, inspire your employees to save for retirement? This article we will discuss holistic ways to promote financial wellness among your employees as well as plan design tips aimed at increasing participation and savings rates. Employee Savings Goals We’ve all heard the saying, “if you don’t know where you’re  Read more ➝

Health Savings Accounts: Features Your Employees May Thank You For

For the majority of future retirees, medical expenses pose significant risk to any retirement plan, and they are only projected to rise. Medical cost estimates for couples throughout their full retirement, assuming both partners are 65, has increased $15,000 from 2016 to 2017, bringing total projections to $275,000, after Medicare coverage.[1] Even for professionals with  Read more ➝

The Financial Marathon

A Marathon for Everyone Recently, we went to cheer on a friend running in their first marathon. The excitement of watching thousands of people accomplish such an amazing goal was an experience like no other. We waited at the last bend before the finish line so we’d have a good vantage point for cheering our  Read more ➝

Guide for Employers Dealing with Missing Participants

Locating missing plan participants can be a headache for any employer, but simply ignoring them is not an effective solution. Regulatory agencies in previous years have published guidance on this topic relating to missing “retired” employees. With the increase in the number of “pre-retired” missing plan participants, governmental bodies are now taking additional measures to  Read more ➝