U.S. workers: Feeling good now, but worried about the future
Fewer than 1 in 5 working Americans surveyed by Lincoln Financial Group feel “very secure” about their financial future.
What advisors need to know about in-plan Roth accounts
Understanding the differences between in-plan and traditional Roth IRA accounts is increasingly important for advisors.
Nine in 10 employers taking steps to keep older workers on the job
Seventy percent of employers look to their plan provider for guidance on how to transition workers into retirement.
Most workers have access to employer-sponsored retirement planning
Most workers have access to educational programs about their employee benefits, and most take advantage of them.
LIMRA flags double-digit rise in in-plan income guarantees
Nine in 10 workers ages 18 to 34 say agree that employers should provide avenues to convert savings into income at retirement.
How corporate wellness programs can hurt your health
Researchers found that a trucking company's efforts caused worker anxiety.
401(k) plans: the gold standard for retirement income planning
There are more opportunities for financial professionals in the small-plan retirement market than ever before.
The intersection of property & casualty and employee benefits
It's all about bridging the gap between these two areas, which presents some challenges for employers and opportunities for advisors.
Why your boss wants you healthy
Your boss wants you to be healthy and, with the majority of them, it isn’t just to better manage the company health plan.
Workplace benefits might not be enough for employees
Only one in four employees find their employer’s communications helpful in choosing benefits that are right for them.