401(k) Savers Who Stuck Out Financial Crisis Reaping Rewards
Consistent savers in 401(k)s from 2007 to 2012 saw an average 6.8% growth rate despite the market crash of 2008, ICI and EBRI found.
Top Ways College Is Paid For: Sallie Mae
More American families are reaching into their pockets to pay college tuition and borrowing less, according to a just-released study by Sallie Mae.
Private Placement Variable Annuities: The Luxury Retirement Vehicle of the Future
In most instances, the needs of the ultra-high-net-worth client simply cannot be met through the traditional retirement planning vehicles and strategies.
Deferred Income Annuities: More Than Just Longevity Insurance
In the ongoing hunt for stable, pension-like retirement income sources, deferred income annuities (or DIAs) are heating up as an increasing number of insurance carriers have begun to offer the products.
Social Security Disability Fund Teeters on Brink of Broke
Social Security's chief actuary warned senators that the disability trust fund needs help "soon" or reserves will run out in 2016.
Top 20 Cities With Most Millionaires
Tax havens and banking and financial centers have the largest shares of wealthy residents.
Half of Households Risk Inadequate Retirement Income
A study from Boston College says the average family needs to save 15% of income for retirement, a hurdle most aren't meeting.
Fidelity DC Plan Assets Top $1 Trillion
Fidelity announced Tuesday that it administers $1.4 trillion in defined contribution assets and lost just 1% of its DC business in the first half.
Cash Rules Everything Around Millennials: Study
When it comes to risk, millennials aren’t having any — at least for retirement savings.
401(k)s With Company Stock Fading Fast
The practice of putting company shares into retirement plans has been waning for some time, but a recent Supreme Court decision could hasten its demise.