Monthly Archives: July 2011

Three Key Variables That Drive Retirement Preparedness

I recently read a great article at Please see below. In a recent survey of nearly 3,300 working Americans to help determine current levels of retirement preparedness, Putnam Investments identified three key variables that drive successful outcomes. The most powerful factor, regardless of income level, is a pattern of disciplined, long-term savings and investing.

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The Economics of Providing 401(k) Plans: Services, Fees, and Expenses, 2010

I recently read a great article at via Please see below. Key Findings: » 401(k) plans are a complex employee benefit to maintain and administer, and they are subject to an array of rules and regulations. Employers offering 401(k) plans typically hire service providers to operate these plans, and these providers charge fees for their services. » Employers

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