A new by the Principal Financial Group found that among the 75% of plan sponsors jobbing out the recordkeeping for their nonqualified deferred compensation (NQDC) plans, 92% are satisfied with their provider.
Despite the ongoing economic turmoil, a poll taken for National Payroll Week found that the majority of those polled have not disturbed their 401(k) deferrals since September 2008.
Before advisers or financial institutions, Millennials turn to their parents and friends for financial information.
Retirement plan education delivery is moving away from the vendor—representing a big opportunity for plan advisers, noted panelists at the PLANADVISER National Conference.
An Aon Consulting survey indicates employers are taking a wait-and-see approach before changing their retirement programs.
Somewhere in the course of your professional life, you have no doubt heard (or used) the expression about what happens when you assume1.
Financial advisers might have significant opportunity helping Americans figure out where their investments are and where they need to go, a Hartford poll suggests.
Parents who use advisers would like more help with college-related decisions, according to a Fidelity survey.
A CareerBuilder survey found more than one-in-five (21%) workers said they have reduced their 401(k) contributions or personal savings in the last six months to get by financially.
Since the economic downturn began, more retirees are seeking professional financial help to assist in managing their money, according to the latest Principal Financial Well-Being Index.
U.S. District Judge Deborah K. Chasanow has sentenced Alan Neal Mates of Weston, Florida, to a year and a day in prison followed by three years of supervised release for conspiracy to commit money laundering.
Some 56% of respondents in a recent survey said their retirement savings losses were among the most significant impacts on their lives from the economic downturn.
New York Life Retirement Plan Services has unveiled a redesigned participant Web page.
The last year might not have been uplifting for many Americans, but a survey suggests it has made them more proactive in managing their finances.
The recent market tumult certainly took a toll on participant balances, but a an analysis by The Principal suggests that it might have been less than some feared.
A new study shows that most workers do not understand their retirement savings plans as well as other employer-provided benefits.
Madison Dean has announced it will manage all U.S. investors' retirement accounts commission-free, starting Wednesday.
Thirty-seven percent of polled working Americans predicted the recession would force them to constrict their retirement spending.
Six in 10 surveyed Americans said they could last financially for 90 days or less without a job, while 38% said their nest egg wouldn’t make it for four weeks.
Great-West Retirement Services has developed a communications campaign to support 401(k) Day, an event that encourages employers to set aside some time to remind their workforce of the importance of saving for retirement.