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Three Ways to Strengthen Your Retirement Plan Committee
Retirement plan committees aren’t required by ERISA, but they can be extremely beneficial nonetheless — especially for larger plans. And if they’re constructed and operated appropriately, they can even help in the event a sponsor is sued. Depending on the size of the plan, some organizations split up committee responsibilities into investment oversight, administration, and  Read More →
Measuring Financial Wellness
Establishing financial wellness metrics has become increasingly important over the past year. The COVID-19 pandemic has created economic hardships for many American families, depleting emergency funds for some, and forcing others to take on additional debt to cover necessary expenses. At work, the resulting stress can lead to increased absenteeism, decreased productivity, and greater health  Read More →
Generational Influences and Behavioral Finance
Understanding generational attitudes toward investing and the cognitive biases is critical toward helping employees prepare for their financial future. The inherent generational biases and attitudes could lead participants astray, so understanding these differences becomes key to helping employees of all ages improve their financial wellness and prepare for a secure and successful retirement. Boomers Baby  Read More →

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