Prudential is hosting a Webinar called "Conversations About Retirement..What Do I Do Now?" Tuesday at 1:30 p.m.
More than half (59%) of Americans responding to a survey by TD AMERITRADE said their top New Year’s resolution for 2009 was to either start or build up their retirement nest egg.
Data from more than 19,000 defined contribution (DC) plans recordkept at Fidelity investments showed participants “did not initially overreact″ to market volatility.
Convergent Retirement Plan Solutions, LLC, has launched Learning to Retire, an interactive, online learning application designed to help educate near-retirees about the upcoming transition.
The U.S. Department of Labor (DoL) and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) released a new publication to help small employers understand automatic enrollment for 401(k) plans.
GenXpense.com, an interactive Web site offering important tools young adults need to skillfully manage their finances, has been introduced.
Advisor Products, Inc., which makes Web sites, client newsletters, and brochures for financial advisers, is offering free series of Webinars about the financial crisis for advisers.
Whether you set a New Year’s resolution – or if you didn’t – you have a lot of company.
Social Security Commissioner Michael Astrue and Patty Duke yesterday unveiled Social Security's new online retirement application and launched the agency's Retire Online campaign.
Some 43% of U.S. respondents to an employer survey by the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans (IFEABS) said they offer financial education/literacy programs for their workers.
Just telling participants to “stay the course″ might not be enough.
Younger workers are aware of the importance of saving for retirement, but it just seems so far away, they say as they cash out their 401(k)s.
An overwhelming 85% of surveyed members of Generations X and Y think it’s a good idea for employers to voluntarily enroll workers in a retirement savings plan, according to a new study.
How well your clients can handle change is going to affect how they should prepare for retirement.
New research from Fidelity says equity compensation plans encourage employee loyalty and productivity, but many employees are not reaping the rewards of this incentive due to lack of understanding.
Motivating employees to participate in the plan requires creative strategies—from serving cookies to visiting the oil rig where they perform their job.
Close to three-quarters of women who are very confident about retirement savings have the help of a professional adviser, a study by Prudential says.
Whether they’re Millennials, Generation Xers or Boomers, American women are actively considering their future retirement and financial security, a survey said.
Although the Pension Protection Act has officially ushered in a wave of automation to retirement plans, education is still a vital part of a successful 401(k) and advisers can help plan sponsors measure the effects of their education campaigns.
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