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LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute: $30,000 in student loan debt could mean $325,000 in lost retirement savings

New findings from LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute reveal that Millennials who begin their careers with $30,000 in student loan debt may find themselves with $325,000 less at retirement compared to their debt free peers.

LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute Study Finds Student Loan Debt a Growing Concern for Retirement Saving

WINDSOR, Conn., May 28, 2015—A new LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute study found that pre retirees (55 64) and retirees (65 74) are carrying unprecedented amounts of student loan debt.

Could near-term thinking improve retirement savings?

When most workers open a defined contribution (DC) retirement plan, the emphasis is on long term thinking.

Do Consumers Believe In Debt After Retirement?

LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute finds consumers attitudes towards being in debt, even so called “good” debt, is negative during retirement.

LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute: Majority of Consumers and Employers Interested in Automatic Emergency Savings Accounts

New LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute research shows both workers and employers have interest in establishing an automatic emergency savings account that works alongside a workplace defined contribution (DC) plan.

LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute Surveys Retirement Saving in the Workplace

LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute recently surveyed employees in both the for profit and not for profit sectors on workplace retirement savings.

Secure Retirement Institute Board of Directors

Meet the LIMRA LOMA Secure Retirement Institute Board of Directors.

LIMRA LOMA Secure Retirement Institute: Access Alone Won’t Improve Retirement Savings Behaviors

During his State of the Union Address, President Obama proposed a retirement savings bond program to reach low- and middle-income workers and others not saving for retirement.