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FINANCIAL WELLNESS BENEFITS – ADAPTING THEM IN THE NEW WORKFORCE | Ohio Benefit Advisors

Over the past few years, we’ve seen tremendous growth in Financial Wellness Programs. Actually, as indicated in a recent report by Aon Hewitt, 77% of mid- to large-size companies will provide at least one financial wellness service in 2017; with 52% of employers providing services in more than 3 financial categories. So what are the … Continued

American Workers More Physically than Financially Fit

American employees see themselves as more physically fit (57 percent) than financially fit (28 percent), according to new research from the Principal Financial Well-Being Index: American workers. Read full article here…

Biggest boomer retirement regrets

The last of the baby boomer generation will be turning 50 this year, and it’s time for them to get a fix on how they are going to prepare for retirement. Fortunately, there are valuable lessons, financial and otherwise, to be learned from those who have already reached their later years.

U.S. corporate pension plans improve financial health in 2013

A new analysis of the 100 largest corporate pension plans finds that retirement coffers bounced back in 2013, reaching record funded-status levels and cutting away at pension deficits that have plagued them since 2008’s financial collapse.

Plan Now to Celebrate National Employee Benefits Day on April 2nd

According to the Employee Benefits Research Institute, almost nine in ten people don’t think they’ll have enough saved when they get to retirement. Are your plan participants prepared for it?

Employer actions need to catch up with financial wellness wishes

Employers are embracing the concept of financial wellness, however according to a recent survey, only 26% of small companies have a financial wellness strategy.

Retirement Woes Cross Class, Gender Lines

While a company’s workers may differ in age, gender and in a range of other categories, new research suggests they share at least one common attribute – a lack of confidence about retirement savings.

Workers stressed over finances

Employees are more aware of their financial shortcomings, but with that increased awareness comes greater strain on their psyches. That was the major takeaway of a recent survey by Financial Finesse. Read more…

Participants taking command of retirement

61% say their 401(k) plan is their only or largest source of retirement savings, however the majority of respondents in a recent survey understand that they are primarily on their own for their retirement saving.

Will U.S. workers ever be able to retire?

Despite the rebound in home prices and new all-time nominal highs in the stock market, many Americans are looking at an unpleasant retirement, if they even make it that far

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