The annual How America Saves survey reveals a 3 percent starting rate’s just not enough.
Proponents say the strategy simplifies the choices and keeps plan participants focused on what the investment does and not who manages it.
Organizations want to pump up their employees’ personal financial ‘wellness,’ but finding the right fiscal fitness plan has proven elusive.
Companies should consider intangibles like ‘thought leadership’ when picking investment managers.
With gamification techniques still in their early stages, organizations seek new ways to engage workers in saving for the future.
Plan sponsors seek more control with the investments in a target-date fund as well as the glide path.
With gamification techniques still in its early stages, organizations seek new ways to engage workers in saving for the future.