With more data available, companies are making 401(k) changes faster, survey finds.
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.
Babay boomers are staying on the job longer, but is that necessarily a bad thing? Employers are slowly prepping for the new age of phased retirement.
Cash balance plans have existed for years, but recent IRS rulings lends an air of confidence in them.
Recent federal guidance will make target-date fund annuity plans more amenable to plan sponsors.
A Fidelity Investments study shows more participants are borrowing larger amounts from their 401(k) plans.