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IBM’s New 401k Match Policy Isn’t What You Think

    IBM’s New 401k Match Policy Isn’t What You Think

Eliminating the match and investing a large portion of retirement savings in bonds creates a risk. It may cause the retirement savings to go down in flames.

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How Can 401k Plan Sponsors ‘Trick’ Employees Into Saving More For Retirement?

    How Can 401k Plan Sponsors ‘Trick’ Employees Into Saving More For Retirement?

In the spirit of the season, one might even think of this as “tricking” employees to save. Plans sponsors are already using these tricks.

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How 401k Plan Sponsors Encourage Employees To Save More For Retirement

    How 401k Plan Sponsors Encourage Employees To Save More For Retirement

Participation is one thing. It’s critical that retirement savers build on the momentum of participation and use that to increase the amount of dollars that get contributed to their article. How can plan sponsors facilitate this?

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How Can 401k Plan Sponsors Increase The Number Of Employees Who Participate?

    How Can 401k Plan Sponsors Increase The Number Of Employees Who Participate?

How strong an argument is there for auto-enrollment? Remember, the key feature of the 2006 Pension Protection Act was to encourage auto-enrollment. The SECURE Act has even stronger language.

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How 401k Plan Sponsors Can Onboard New Hires To Encourage Retirement Savings

    How 401k Plan Sponsors Can Onboard New Hires To Encourage Retirement Savings

These service providers bring in expertise and can engage the worker directly. Once set in place, the plan sponsor can step aside and let the system run on its own.

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How Do 401k Plan Sponsors Convince Middle-Class Workers They Can Retire?

    How Do 401k Plan Sponsors Convince Middle-Class Workers They Can Retire?

Of course, to really answer the question of post-retirement middle class stability, we have to understand what “middle class” means. Luckily, there are folks who collect data, which helps with this definition.

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Can 401k Auto-Enrollment Be Too High?

    Can 401k Auto-Enrollment Be Too High?

The example the researchers chose was a British company. The fact the study was not conducted within the framework of the ERISA environment may call into question its relevance to plans in America.

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‘Forgotten’ 401k Accounts Study Criticized By Fiduciary Professionals

    ‘Forgotten’ 401k Accounts Study Criticized By Fiduciary Professionals

The challenge is plan sponsors often can’t determine if an account is forgotten until some triggering event. And by that time, it’s too late.

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Why Is ‘Fiduciary’ Losing Its Luster?

    Why Is ‘Fiduciary’ Losing Its Luster?

Back then, at least, we knew who wore the white hats and who whore the black hats. Today, thanks to muddled and often conflicting regulations for multiple agencies, everyone is wearing fifty shades of gray.

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