LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute: Any Way You Look At It - Employer-Sponsored Retirement Savings Plans Are Important
A newly published LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute report finds 98 percent of U.S. employers believe it is important to offer a defined contribution (DC) plan to help their employees save for retirement two thirds believe it is very important.
LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute: 4 in 10 Employers Believe Affordable Care Act Has Impacted Their Retirement Savings Plans
WINDSOR, Conn., April 10,2014 — According to a new LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute study, 43 percent of employers report the Affordable Care Act(ACA) has affected their current retirement benefits strategy and spending, and 45 percent believe ACA will change their retirement plans in the future.
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.
LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute Finds Half of Workers Would Save for Retirement If Payroll Deduction Was Available
WINDSOR, Conn., March 2, 2017 – A new LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute study indicates 61 percent of U.S. workers without an employer sponsored retirement savings plan would be more likely to save for retirement if they access to one.
Less Than a Third of Employers With Defined Contribution Plans Surveyed Say They Are Very Likely to Switch to a State-run Retirement Savings Plan Offered in Their State
A recent LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute study finds 30 percent of employers who offer a defined contribution (DC) plan say they are very likely to stop offering their defined contribution plan and have their employees enroll in a state-run retirement savings plan.
LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute: Three-Quarters of Employers Say Readiness is Key for Successful Retirement Benefits Program
WINDSOR, Conn., April 2, 2014 — Seventy-four percent of employers who offer a defined contribution plan in the United States believe their employees' retirement readiness is an important measure on whether their current retirement benefits program is a success.
As the New Year approaches consumers are taking time to review multiple aspects of their lives — from weight loss to finances — to see if there is room for improvement. In fact, 4 in 10 Americans make New Year’s
LIMRA research shows Americans’ top financial concern is affording a comfortable retirement and access to a workplace savings plan is the most effective way to get people to start to save for retirement. However when it comes to small businesses (2-99 employees) only 42 percent offer retirement benefits – either along with insurance benefits or alone.
9 in 10 workers rank health care and retirement as the most important workplace benefits.