Tag: Retirement Savings

Secure Act 2.0 Encourages Employee Participation in Retirement Savings

At the very end of 2022, Congress passed the Securing a Strong Retirement Act of 2022 (Secure 2.0) as part of the omnibus spending bill. The provisions have a broad effect on a range of retirement and other benefit issues with the basic overall goal of increasing access and encouraging employee participation in retirement savings. […]

Why Financial Well-Being Benefits Are a Must-Have in 2023

Different employees prioritize different aspects of their financial well-being based upon their personal situations and financial needs. According to recent research, 38% of workers share the top financial goal of saving for retirement while 27% share a top goal of building an emergency savings fund. Additionally, unlike older generations, Gen Z and millennial employees are […]

Fidelity® Study Finds Older Higher Ed Faculty Confident in their Retirement Savings, but Few Have Taken Action to Plan Income Strategy

BOSTON, October 9, 2013 — Fidelity Investments®, a leading provider of workplace retirement plans in the not-for-profit higher education market, today released the latest findings from its Higher Education Faculty Study(i), revealing that while eight in 10 (82 percent) pre-retiree faculty members (age 55+) are confident they will have enough money to live comfortably in […]

What Will the 401(k) Plan of the Future Look Like?

Financial security in retirement is one of our nation’s cornerstone principles when it comes to the way we have come to envision quality of life from cradle to grave. With this in mind, Social Security has long been considered the safety net for most Americans in retirement. In recent years, however, the perception of Social […]