A survey from the Society of Actuaries suggests that if retirees are able to survive financially to age 85, concerns about finances drop significantly.
Tag: Retirement Income
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Sixteen percent of Americans plan on having gig economy jobs in retirement.
Eighty percent of American workers surveyed said they would like to hear congressional candidates discuss retirement security.
For advisers, 78% of respondents to a survey who use advisers indicate their advisers discuss risk tolerance, although only 50% say they discuss guaranteed lifetime income with their advisers, and only 18% have worked with their advisers to estimate retirement health care costs.
Looking across today’s DC plan marketplace, researchers suggest it is still much more common to see plan designs that are tailored to drive retired or terminated participants out of the plan.
About one in three Americans have less than $5,000 in retirement savings, and one in five have no individual private retirement savings at all, according to a new Northwestern Mutual study.
Individuals who have an adviser are more likely to be on track to create adequate retirement income—by a wide margin, a study by Empower found.
In a Q&A with BlackRock Managing Director Anne Ackerley, PLANADVISER hears about emerging opportunities to deliver retirement income solutions to DC plan participants, including through TDFs.
A speaker at PSCA’s 71st Annual National Conference suggests reports of Americans retirement savings inadequacy are overblown and offers data to back that up.
Paying off debt is their second greatest fear, Franklin Templeton found in a survey.
The rise in lawsuits is prompting more sponsors to turn to lower-cost index funds—and could prevent them from offering lifetime income products.
While 80% of investors say their adviser discusses risk tolerance, only 50% say they bring up the subject of guaranteed lifetime income.
Workers who are unprepared for retirement are five times as likely as those who are prepared to cite high living expenses as a barrier to retirement planning. They are also seven times as likely to have too much debt.
Tina Ambrozy, president of sales and distribution at Nationwide, warns of a major disconnect between what consumers think their Social Security benefit will be—and what this amount will cover—compared to reality.
EBRI questions whether retirees are just determined to preserve their assets or whether they need more education about spending assets in retirement—both have implications for retirement plan advisers and sponsors.
Forty percent of single retirees overall do not think their savings will be enough if they reach age 90.
This is particularly high among Gen Z (69%), Millennials (64%) and Gen X (66%), a survey found.