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Retirement Clearinghouse in the News
Find news articles referencing RCH and our services, including RCH Auto Portability
In her article entitled "The Next Step for 401(k) Innovation: Auto-Portability" -- Institutional Investor's Frances Denmark highlights auto-portability and includes quotes from RCH's Spencer Williams and Northern Trust's Sabrina Bailey.
In his 1/24/17 article in 401KSpecialist, RCH's Tom Hawkins summarizes the issue of 'friction' in our 401(k) system, focusing on the recent, joint EBRI-RCH testimony before the ERISA Advisory Council by Tom Johnson and Craig Copeland.
LIMRA's Secure Retirement Institute is promoting research that supports Auto Portability. LIMRA showcases the research in DConversations, including video from the 2016 Retirement Industry Conference, as well as multiple infographics providing important research.
In a 1/17/17 article by Frances Denmark in Institutional Investor, Northern Trust's Sabrina Bailey, head of defined contribution at Northern Trust, cites auto-portability as "another factor that may aid 401(k) asset retention."
In his latest article in Employee Benefits News, RCH founder, president and CEO Spencer Williams debunks two common myths about retirement savings.
When the scope of the Auto Portability Simulation (APS) model was recently expanded to include accounts under $15,000, RCH uncovered astounding data regarding the size and extent of the "small account challenge."
As we begin the annual tradition of making New Year’s resolutions to improve our lives in 2017, we shouldn’t forget about positive financial changes we can enact in the coming year.