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Did ‘Financial Wellness’ Really Ever Have The Buzz In The First Place?

    Did ‘Financial Wellness’ Really Ever Have The Buzz In The First Place?

Perhaps it’s time to cut the cord of “financial wellness” and take your tonic of financial reality. Accept the schoolmarm for the discipline she brings, because that remains the most honest way to the riches of a satisfying retirement.

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5 Factors to Retirement Independence 401k Plan Participants Overlook

    5 Factors to Retirement Independence 401k Plan Participants Overlook

Perhaps 401k plan sponsors should also focus plan participants’ attention on these 5 overlooked factors the can thwart their ability to attain the freedom of financial independence.

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Exclusive Interview: Nevin Adams on “Fake Research” and Underreported Good News

    Exclusive Interview: Nevin Adams on “Fake Research” and Underreported Good News

When is a “problem” not really a problem? And what can be better than success, even if no one knows about it.

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Where and When Do 401k Fees Still Matter?

    Where and When Do 401k Fees Still Matter?

You can squeeze a tube of toothpaste all you want, but that doesn’t change how much toothpaste it holds. Are we experiencing the same thing with 401k fees, or are they really dropping as much as we think? And, if they are dropping, are they dropping for the right reasons?

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How Can 401k Plan Sponsors Best Prepare Employees For Post-Retirement Complexity?

    How Can 401k Plan Sponsors Best Prepare Employees For Post-Retirement Complexity?

This isn’t to say younger employees should be left out of this type of education altogether. They shouldn’t. It’s important the message is drip, drip, dripped from the beginning of the onboarding sequence.

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7 Fiduciary Duties 401k Plan Sponsors Overlook And What They Can Do To Address Them

    7 Fiduciary Duties 401k Plan Sponsors Overlook And What They Can Do To Address Them

Familiarity may breed contempt, but it also makes you sloppy. Do you know plan sponsors that have forgotten they need to address these matters?

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Gamification Tips for 401k Education

    Gamification Tips for 401k Education

Before you scorn the use of badges, remember, the company match is the ultimate badge. If you meet a minimum savings goal, the company awards you a “badge” of a matching contribution.

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The 401k Fiduciary Dilemma: More Participation Or More Savings?

    The 401k Fiduciary Dilemma: More Participation Or More Savings?

The mistaken promise of participation may have an all-too-familiar ring to corporate retirement plan veterans.

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Do 401k MEP/PEPs Really Reduce Fiduciary Liability for Member Companies?

    Do 401k MEP/PEPs Really Reduce Fiduciary Liability for Member Companies?

Here things get a little familiar for companies with pre-existing stand-alone 401k plans (but may need to be discovered by those without plans).

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This Is How Small 401k Plan Sponsors Can Best Address Their Unique Needs

    This Is How Small 401k Plan Sponsors Can Best Address Their Unique Needs

The biggest issue when it comes to access is cost. It’s not just the plan sponsor’s sensitivity to higher costs. It’s the service provider’s ability to keep those costs low.

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