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Auto Portability in the News
Browse the most comprehensive collection of articles in the media that feature auto portability.
On May 12th, Retirement Clearinghouse President & CEO J. Spencer Williams unveiled the Auto Portability Simulation (APS) at the Employee Benefit Research Institute's 78th Policy Forum. The APS was developed by Retirement Clearinghouse in conjunction with Dr. Ricki Ingalls, Chair of Computer Information Systems at Texas State University, and Principal at Diamond Head Associates, Inc.
Retirement Income Journal's Kerry Pechter goes in-depth into Auto Portability with RCH executives Spencer Williams and Tom Johnson.
Bloomberg BNA's Sean Forbes covers the unveiling of the Auto Portability Simulation (APS) model at the 78th EBRI Policy Forum, and likes what he sees.
Forbes' Ashlea Ebeling uses RCH's Auto Portability Simulation (APS) model to illustrate how Millennials are sabotaging their retirement.
BenefitsPro's Nick Thornton interviews RCH President & CEO Spencer Williams as RCH unveils the Auto Portability Simulation (APS) model at EBRI's annual Policy Forum.
PLANSPONSOR's Rebecca Moore covers the highlights of RCH CEO J. Spencer Williams' May 3rd presentation at PSCA's 69th Annual Conference on Auto Portability, the industry solution to cutting cash out leakage in the sub-$5,000 balance segment.
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