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401(k) plans Articles
Seventy-two percent of U.S. adults say they either don't have lifetime income options in retirement or are unaware of whether their employer offers them, according to a TIAA-CREF survey.
The “retirement crisis” label clouds policy makers' thinking on what they can do to help people maintain a decent standard of living in their post-employment years, a Vanguard retirement research...
The state's securities division is calling on 401(k) plan administrators to report how many companies have shifted to a lump-sum matching contribution once a year, a change that can undermine worker...
The firm’s managed account platform added nearly 800 new plan sponsors, representing an additional 740,000 eligible workers.
Many U.S. companies have been quietly finding ways to cut 401(k) benefits, says this commentator, and that’s bad news for workers.
Employers are squeezing their workers’ retirement savings, holding back on both the amount and the timing of 401(k) matching funds and dragging out vesting schedules.
Thirty-five percent of participants in 401(k) plans administered by Fidelity cashed out their 401(k) balances when leaving their jobs last year, and the trend was even worse for young and...
KKR & Co. will close down two funds targeting individual investors in a setback to private-equity firms’ attempts to attract money from individuals and eventually the $4 trillion 401(k) market.
AOL’s CEO had to backtrack on a 401(k) policy change over the weekend after his comments defending the idea fueled employee outrage.
It includes about 80 index ETFs from major players and is one of the first 401(k) programs to make ETFs the core investment.
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