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Retirement Clearinghouse in the News
Find news articles referencing RCH and our services, including RCH Auto Portability
In Employee Benefit News, RCH President & CEO Spencer Williams challenges plan sponsors to make participants' "to-do's" much easier by proactively encouraging them to consolidate their accounts.
Employers struggle to maintain current addresses for former participants.
In Northern Trust's research entitled "The Path Forward: Defined Contribution Plans Can Achieve More" Auto Portability is identified as one of two key DC plan features that will positively impact DC plan performance.
RCH CEO Spencer Williams shares the results of over 300,000 individual decisions made by participants over an eight-year period. The results confirm that portability services are desperately needed to address the cashout leakage problem.
Does 401(k) Auto Portability really work? The answer -- according to RCH's Spencer Williams and Neal Ringquist -- is an emphatic "yes." In their joint article in 401KSpecialist, Williams and Ringquist point to the Auto Portability Simulation (APS) model to support their claims.
In his latest column in MarketWatch, RCH President & CEO Spencer Williams reprises last year's article, where he channeled Clint Eastwood's iconic movie hero "Dirty Harry" Callahan.
Plan sponsors are becoming more-and-more familiar with the concept of rollover contributions, otherwise known as roll-ins. Yet, few plan sponsors truly understand what it takes to implement an effective roll-in program.
RCH in 401K Specialist Magazine: Why Small Balance 401k Distributions Are Falling Through The Cracks
Cash-outs are at epidemic levels; Why are small 401(k)s getting swallowed?