Provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) could cause employees to retire earlier because of health care coverage available after leaving their companies.
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Allianz Life Insurance Company of North America created a planning tool to give investors and advisers a “framework for a retirement income strategy.”
Six in ten employers surveyed are hoping for full repeal of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA).
Despite the rising cost of health care, many retirees are not concerned about paying for it.
Because of the economy and recent employment-related legislation, many employers have shifted to benefits that place primary responsibility and control on employees, a survey found.
Being eligible to participate in a 401(k) is critical in closing the retirement savings gap for Generation X, according to the Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI).
Nearly half of all employers (47.2%) have conducted an analysis to determine how health care reform legislation will impact their health care plan costs.
Arthur J. Gallagher and Co. of Itasca, Illinois, acquired Broker Benefit Services LLC.
Employees are willing to give up a percent of their salary in exchange for retirement income, a survey found.
Men and women are preparing for retirement in very different ways, according to research released by Ameriprise Financial.
TIAA-CREF has partnered with Emeriti Retirement Health Solutions to help individuals save adequately to cover health care needs in retirement.
The majority of respondents to a recent HighRoads survey indicated the Early Retiree Reinsurance Program (ERRP) subsidy either buys time to re-evaluate retiree medical plan strategies or has little impact at all.
Laying it all out on the table, PLANSPONSOR and PLANADVISER’s Editor-in-Chief, Nevin E. Adams, opened the first Virtual PLANADVISER National Conference (VPANC) by outlining the top 10 trends most likely to impact the retirement industry this year.
Retirees will need a significant amount of savings to cover their out-of-pocket health expenses, according to a new report released by the nonpartisan Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI).
Merrill Lynch’s “Affluent Insights Quarterly Survey” took a closer look at the state of affluent small business owners in America.
The First Command Financial Behaviors Index reveals that average monthly savings solely for health care costs during retirement climbed to $245 in July, up 42% from a year ago.
Corporate Compensation Plans, Inc. (CCP) and Harley Gordon, an attorney and authority on long-term care financing, have introduced the CLTC-WealthSecure System, a long-term care insurance marketing systems for financial advisers and insurance professionals.
Benefit brokers continue to claim the largest share of voluntary and worksite sales compared to other producer segments, according to new research.
While logic would tell you that staying healthy holds down health care costs in retirement, new research suggests that healthy retirees actually face higher total health care costs over their remaining lifetime.
A new survey found uninsured medical expenses rival retirement savings as the most pressing financial concern for Americans.