Despite regulatory concerns and opinions that state-run plans will not close America's retirement savings gap, states still implement such programs.
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Eighty-nine percent of small employers surveyed said they have a high level of trust in retirement plan providers, compared to 53% for state governments.
Industry pros know there are big differences between financial services providers in termsof business models and their willingness to embrace fiduciary best practices—but many non-investors see a monolithic industry sharing a set of common reputation problems.
“The preliminary data from OregonSaves show that important assumptions about how workers would react to the availability of auto-IRAs appear to be holding up, at least in the context of their behavior within the program," the Center for Retirement Research (CRR) at Boston College says.
According to state authorities, the combined savings of the first groups of participating savers is approaching $5 million.
In the lawsuit, ERIC argued that the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) pre-empts the reporting requirements in the OregonSaves state-run retirement program for private-sector workers.