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Retirement Clearinghouse in the News
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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?
Richard Eisenberg shares Retirement Clearinghouse's Mobile Millennials survey results in his recent article with MarketWatch.
401kTV's Fred Barstein focuses on the fundamentals of the plan-to-plan roll-in, providing plan sponsors with important basics every sponsor should understand, as they begin to consider them for their plan's participants.
SHRM's Stephen Miller, CEBS, reports that there's a "new approach" to reducing leakage - Auto Portability., and goes in-depth, quoting RCH's president & CEO Spencer Williams from his presentation at EBRI's 78th Policy Forum.
In her 8/16/16 CNBC article, Deborah Nason examines 401(k) "nightmares" where retirement savings are unnecessarily cashed out to pay for unplanned life expenses.