Though concerns about their retirement exist, members of Generation X say those concerns are on the backburner while they deal with current financial priorities, according to a recent survey.
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The majority of wealthy business owners have no succession plan in place, but many want to keep working.
Individuals who save more and are more active in managing their retirement savings are less confident in their retirement security and the retirement decisions they make than are individuals with lower savings rates.
More employers are allowing workers to joining their 401(k) plan earlier, a new Profit Sharing/401k Council of America` (PSCA) survey says.
A study from asset manager consultant kasina suggests executives are thinking alike when it comes to facing industry challenges.
The likelihood of being a retirement plan participant increases with age, according to the Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI).
High net worth individuals are primarily concerned about the safety of their family, but they also have significant concerns about the protection of financial assets such as stocks, bonds, real estate, and other investments.
They say you get what you pay for – but maybe it just feels like you do.
As a result of a difference in their length of time in the workforce, women who were older than 50 in 2006 were much less likely to have an annuity and/or an employment-based pension than men, according to a new study.
They say you get what you pay for – but maybe it just feels that way.
Investors who add a variable annuity with a lifetime guaranteed minimum withdrawal benefit (GMWB) to a stock and bond retirement portfolio can enjoy pumped up income with less risk, a new study finds.
Affluent seniors over age 70 spend nearly three times as much of their online time on financial matters as those younger.
An analysis of about 50 plans in Vanguard’s recordkeeping system that have adopted automatic enrollment suggests it does improve participation rates, but deferral rates for those using automatic enrollment remains too low to generate adequate retirement savings.
New research from Fidelity Investments suggests employees of non-profit organizations are not taking full advantage of their workplace retirement plan resources.
Democrats are frequently characterized as “tax and spend″ by those on the other side of the political spectrum.
New research from the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College (CRR) suggests the change in the retirement landscape from predominately defined benefit plans to mostly defined contribution plan coverage has decreased both household pension wealth and retiree income replacement rates.
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A majority of employers have no intention of terminating their non-qualified executive retirement plans due to final Internal Revenue Code rules governing these arrangements, according to a survey released by Buck Consultants.
Financial services firms rank the ability to acquire and retain clients as their number one business challenge in 2008, according to a survey by Cerulli Associates.
Santa Claus is coming to town – for about 34 microseconds.