New LIMRA research reveals that 59 percent of workers agree or strongly agree that what they pay for medical health insurance benefits directly affects how much they will put aside for retirement.
LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute: 8 in 10 Workers Believe Defined Contribution Plans Are an Effective Way to Save for Retirement
A LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute survey reveals that 8 in 10 U.S. workers believe that defined contribution (401(k)-type) plans are an effective way to save for retirement.
According to LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute, 73 percent of employers have planned for benefits costs to increase as a consequence of having older workers in their companies.
A new LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute survey found the top financial priority for 54 percent American household is to save more money. Other financial priorities include paying down debt, creating a long term financial plan and building better spending habits.
Only 31 Percent of American Workers with Non-Mortgage Debt Save for Retirement Outside the Workplace
Consumer debt is at an all time high. As of the fourth quarter of 2017, the total household consumer debt reached $13.2 trillion.1 LIMRA finds most American workers – about 7 in 10 – currently hold some type of non
More Than Half of All U.S. Workers Have Difficulty Understanding Retirement Savings in Terms of Future Monthly Income
Many American workers often focus on their retirement account balances and don’t always understand how it will translate into income during their retirement years.
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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.