Monthly Archives: March 2013

Americans Concerned About Retirement Security: Time for a DB Comeback?

Here’s a thought-provoking article from Retirement Town Hall about Americans’ views on retirement and defined benefit plans. A recently published article by the National Institute of Retirement Security found that a whopping 85% of Americans surveyed are concerned about their retirement prospects. Also, 83% of Americans surveyed report favorable views of pensions (also known as

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Targeting Generational Issues in Retirement Education

Here’s an interesting article I’d like to share from PLANADVISOR. As retirement draws nearer, baby boomers are asking vastly different questions than their younger generation cohorts. There are many issues that are not “one size fits all,” and can differ by generation, says Rich Rausser, senior vice president of Client Services at Pentegra Retirement Services.  

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