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.
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.
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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
April 2 is National Employee Benefits Day. LIMRA research finds that many employees don’t understand key features of some of their benefits. When it comes to life insurance, only 56 percent of workers realize that money from a life insurance
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.
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