Feel You Haven’t Saved Enough For Retirement? Here’s Help!

March 25, 2021 | posted in: Blog, Employee Education | by

“Experts say you should have 10 times your income saved to retire by age 67—here’s what to do if you aren’t yet there,” says Elizabeth Gravier. If you’re concerned about what to do if you’re nearing retirement and haven’t saved enough, read more about what you can do.

Think Virtual Reality Is Just For Kids?

November 12, 2019 | posted in: Blog, Employee Education, Plan Sponsor Corner | by

Not so fast…some companies are using it to help plan retirement!  VR and online visual aids are giving workers a better idea of how much they need to save; read more about how.

How Are You Doing vs Your Peers…

March 25, 2019 | posted in: Blog, Employee Education | by

…when it comes to retirement savings?  Click here to learn how your retirement savings stack up compared to your peers of the same age, and how can you improve.

How Much Do You REALLY Spend in Retirement?

December 18, 2018 | posted in: Blog, Employee Education | by

Conventional wisdom has been to plan on spending 4% of your savings annually in retirement; but is that set yearly amount how retirees actually spend?  Click here to read more from Pete Finch.

We’re Going to Tell You the Top 6 Things No One Tells You About Retirement

November 25, 2017 | posted in: Blog, Employee Education | by

According to The Motley Fool‘s Chuck Saletta, “To make your retirement years truly golden, understand what may be coming your way.  Many of us look forward to retirement as the reward for a lifetime of hard work.  While the post-work years can truly be golden for those who plan for them, many retirees are caught off guard by the facts of their new life.”
Click here to read about six important issues you should know about before you leave the working world for good.

How Important Are Retirement Savings? very, verrrry, VERY!!

April 27, 2017 | posted in: Blog, Employee Education, Plan Sponsor Corner | by
How important is saving for retirement? The Social Security Administration’s new study makes the answer pretty clear: very.

The biennial “Income of the Aged” report released this spring examines the retirement income of more than 34 million households, married and single, to produce a financial snapshot of those 65 and older in 2014, the most recent available data.

Savers have nearly doubled the annual income in retirement than nonsavers.
When a household is reduced to one person, income may decrease dramatically.
Income often decreases as a household ages.

Click here to read more about why savings now matter, especially for women.