Auto enrollment blog posts


Dec
28
2017

Auto Portability Makes Everything Better

In his December 2017 Consolidation Corner blog post, Tom Hawkins writes about auto portability's special qualities. Great all by itself, auto portability also makes a lot of other retirement savings public policy initiatives a lot better.

Dec
11
2017

The Best Blueprint for Improving Retirement Security

RCH President & CEO addresses a blueprint for improving retirement security, incorporating the widespread adoption of auto portability.

Oct
13
2017

Bringing Clarity to the Murky Problem of Missing Participants

The American Benefits Council delivered a letter to the Department of Labor (DoL), urging the DoL to act on the problem of unresponsive or missing participants.

Aug
30
2017

The Exit Bonus Employers Never Intended to Pay

Without seamless plan-to-plan portability in place to preserve retirement savings when a participant changes jobs, many employers are unwittingly paying “exit bonuses” to terminated employees that they may never have intended to pay.

Jun
08
2017

Auto Portability: Who Will Benefit?

The ultimate beneficiary of Auto Portability is America’s mobile workforce – the qualified plan participants whose retirement savings are preserved.

Apr
26
2017

Automatic Cash-Outs Undermine Efforts to Enhance Financial Wellness

In the spirit of Financial Literacy Month, retirement plan sponsors are to be commended for their commitment to enhance financial wellness among participants.

Mar
30
2017

The African-American Retirement Crisis: How Auto Portability Can Help

The African-American community faces a retirement crisis. Auto portability may be able to help resolve the crisis by helping prevent cashouts and move retirement savings balances forward.

Feb
27
2017

Big Changes Coming for Small 401(k) Accounts

The pace of change in the world is fast, but slow in the retirement industry. All that is about to change in the world of small 401(k) accounts, where Auto Portability is getting serious attention from DC policymakers and centers of influence.

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