WINDSOR, Conn., Oct. 31, 2012 — A new LIMRA study reveals that two-thirds of middle-income ($40,000-$99,999) American workers are saving less than five percent of their annual income for retirement - with nearly a quarter saving nothing at all.
Majority of U.S. Workers Find Retirement Income Projections Helpful, Finds LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute
WINDSOR, Conn., Dec. 4, 2013-A new study by the LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute (SRI) reveals that 9 in 10 U.S. workers find retirement income projections somewhat or very helpful.
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.
WINDSOR, Conn. April 29, 2010 — More than half of the middle-income women surveyed felt unsatisfied with their current financial situation and uncertain about their future financial needs and almost a third of them don't know how to achieve their financial goals, according to a new LIMRA report, Reaching Out to Middle-Income Women.
New LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute Study Reveals Majority of Workers Save Only Enough to Equal the Employer Match
WINDSOR, Conn., Feb. 24, 2016— New research from LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute reveals that workers from for profit and not for profit organizations will save only enough in their defined contribution (DC) plan to receive the full company match.
No Matter the Generation – Less than Half of Americans Know How Much They Should Be Saving for Retirement
LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute examines generational differences in retirement confidence.
WINDSOR, Conn., Dec. 14, 2010 — The existence of an employer matching contribution is the single most significant factor in determining whether employees contribute to a DC plan or not.
LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute: Fewer than 1 in 5 American Workers Contribute to Traditional IRAs
WINDSOR,Conn. March 19, 2014—A new LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute study finds that only 17 percent of American workers currently contribute to a traditional individual retirement account (IRA) – and only 28 percent contribute to any kind of IRA (i.e., traditional, Roth, or SEP/SIMPLE).
Retirement income estimates can be a powerful tool for retirement planning.