Auto Portability Simulation Model Unveiled at EBRI Policy Forum

Auto Portability's Foundational Research

Auto portability is supported by a broad base of empirical research that clearly demonstrates the problems facing American workers (job-changing, systemic friction and 401k cashout leakage) as well as the solution: moving retirement savings forward when participants change jobs.


Apr
29
2013

PRESS RELEASE - Boston Research Group Case Study Features RCH


A Boston Research Group case study validates the RCH business model, which delivers portability and consolidation, while reducing cash outs and leakage.

Apr
01
2013

2013 Boston Research Group study validates program of portability

A Boston Research Group study validates that a 50% reduction in cashout leakage could be achieved by implementing a program of retirement savings portability.

May
01
2012

Initial Results of the EBRI 401(k) Project Model Indicate $1.3 trillion benefit possible

2012 EBRI research indicates that a 50% reduction in cashout leakage could result in an incremental $1.3 trillion in retirement savings, over 10 years.

Jan
10
2012

401(k) Plans in Living Color: The Ariel/Aon Hewitt Study

A study of 401(k) savings disparities across racial and ethnic groups, clearly indicating that minorities are disproportionately impacted by cashout leakage.

Jun
01
2011

2011 Aon Hewitt Leakage Study

A 2011 Aon Hewitt leakage study indicates high levels of cashout leakage in America's defined contribution plans.

Apr
01
2010

Fidelity: Plugging the Leaks in the DC System

Important research by Fidelity, America's largest defined contribution recordkeeper: "Plugging the leaks in the DC system: Bridging the gap to a more secure retirement" points the way to policy changes and to auto portability.

Aug
28
2009

2009 GAO Study on 401(k) Leakage

The GAO releases their 2009 study on 401(k) cashout leakage, entitled: 401(K) PLANS: Policy Changes Could Reduce the Long-term Effects of Leakage on Workers' Retirement Savings.

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Auto Portability Simulation Model Unveiled at EBRI Policy Forum