Some 31% of women contribute below the company match threshold compared to just 25% of men, and their problems don't stop there.
Should you go with a TDF?
Many Gen Xers have accrued many employers and thus many 401(k) accounts. Should they consolidate?
Not all default 401(k) options are created equal, and participants in employer-matched programs would do well to aim for target date funds.
Retirement investors are about to find out they pay a lot more in 401(k) fees than they suspected.
Lower fees may mean a better rate of return, but they're only a piece of a much bigger picture.
If you’re falling behind the curve on retirement savings, all is not lost. Here are a few things you can do to get on track.
In new research released Wednesday, business consultant Towers Watson analyzed the action of 260 mid- to large-sized companies, and found that 75% of those that took the step to cut costs in their retirement plans have resumed making 401(k) contributions.
Changes in the maximum tax-free contributions to retirement accounts mean that some people need to rethink their nest eggs.