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Retirement Clearinghouse in the News
Find news articles referencing RCH and our services, including RCH Auto Portability
Marlene Y. Satter, in her 8/11/16 article in BenefitsPro, takes a deeper look into the study from Boston Research Technologies and RCH.
Closely examining the year-by-year results, we noticed something odd; Does 401(k) auto-portability really pay off?
On 8/9/16, EBRI released new research focusing on the recurring issue of leakage from defined contribution savings plans. The August 2016 EBRI Notes summarizes policy forum discussions on the leakage issue, and include an extensive discussion of the RCH Auto Portability Simulation model that addresses outcomes of Auto Portability as workers change jobs.
The problem is particularly acute for small-balance 401(k) accounts; Leakage can make a 401(k) go splat.
Richard Eisenberg, of Next Avenue, shares Retirement Clearinghouse's Mobile Millennium survey results in his recent article with Forbes.
In his 8/02/16 MarketWatch column, RCH CEO J. Spencer Williams uses "Brexit" to remind retirement savers of the importance of consolidation.
What happens when participants change jobs? The next big 401(k) issue to hit Washington lawmakers could be auto-portability.
In her 7/26/16 article in the National Law Review, Michelle Capezza addresses the fundamental changes in our workforce (the "Gig Economy") that are driving the need for portable benefits. Capezza states that RCH -- through promotion of Auto Portability -- is one of the ways that this new portability is becoming manifested in the Gig Economy.