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Mercer Survey Reveals 401(k) Participants Who Use In-Plan Advice Have More Positive Retirement Outlo

Business & Finance / Personal Finance : Savings Experiment

Mercer Survey Reveals 401(k) Participants Who Use In-Plan Advice Have More Positive Retirement Outlooks But plan sponsors need to focus on engaging more lower-paid employees with these valuable resources NORWOOD, Mass.--(BUSINESS WI...

Fewer workers participating in company retirement plans, report says

Business & Finance : Money & Co

The percentage of U.S. workers who participate in their employers’ retirement plans slipped to 39% in 2012, according to a report by the Employee Benefit Research Institute.

60% Of 401(k) Participants Accumulated More Debt Than Retirement Savings

Business & Finance : Zero Hedge

The average 401(k) and other defined contribution (DC) plan participant now defers over 8% of their annual income toward retirement savings through their plan and social security taxes, making it one of the largest expenses for hous...

Rolling 401(k) to Roth 401(k) now easier for more plan owners

Business & Finance / Taxes : Don't Mess With Taxes

With the enactment of the Small Business Jobs and Credit Act of 2010, workplace retirement plans were expanded for many employees. That law made it possible for workers to convert their traditional 401(k) plans, in which money is co...

Trump cites 401(k) gains, yet most workers don't have one

Business & Finance : USAToday: Money

At companies that offer 401(k) plans, less than half of employees participate. The median account balance is less than $25,000.        

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