Auto Portability blog posts


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.

Mar
23
2017

March 30th Washington DC Forum to Showcase Retirement Plan Portability & Public Policy

RCH EVP Tom Johnson previews the upcoming 3/30/17 event "Retirement Plan Portability & Public Policy" to be hosted by the Financial Services Roundtable.

Mar
02
2017

Auto Portability Helps Everybody, and Hurts Nobody

Best of all, it can be implemented across the entire retirement system voluntarily, with little cost—and significant upside—to the private sector.

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.

Feb
17
2017

Incubate Small Retirement Accounts, Don’t Throw Them Away

Neal Ringquist, RCH EVP, addresses the US Chamber of Commerce's legislative recommendation to increase the Automatic Rollover limit to $10,000.

Feb
02
2017

One Small Improvement for 401(k) Plans, One Giant Leap for Retirement Readiness

Today, America faces a different, more down-to-earth challenge: delivering our citizens a comfortable and timely retirement. And similar to the moon landing – a ‘small step’ in the right direction can have a huge impact on the course of our lives.

Jan
24
2017

Auto Portability Simulation (APS)

This video presentation is designed to give the viewer a basic understanding of the Auto Portability Simulation (APS), which models the operation and benefits of Auto Portability.

Jan
24
2017

How to Remove 'Friction' from the 401(k) System

To illustrate the types of situations that participants can encounter, as well as the value of a facilitated roll-in service continue reading Part 3.

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