Workplace Insights and Tools

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News and Commentary

  • During times of market volatility, we know that employees are looking for information and guidance relative to their investment needs, and that they may be reaching out with questions.

  • Overcome a common mistake: Your employees can claim benefits as early as age 62—but are not required to. Let them know that by “taking early Social Security”, their payments will be permanently reduced. Spouses included. It’s often better to wait and tap other savings if needed.

  • Results from our sixth annual Well-Being Survey,* with the National Business Group on Health, show that although employers are spending more on employee health improvement, and are increasingly extending the programs to spouses and domestic partners, employees are leaving millions of dollars on

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  • The 50/15/5 rule keeps spending on essential expenses to not more than 50% of take-home pay, puts aside 15% of pretax pay for retirement savings, and reserve 5% of take-home pay for short-term savings.

  • Target Date Funds (TDFs) play a critical role in most workplace retirement savings plans, with four out of five plans using a TDF as their default investment.* But different TDFs may take very different paths—some planning "to" the anticipated retirement date, and some "through" retir

  • Stories of identity theft, fraud, and massive losses of personal data are creating news headlines with alarming frequency. This may not be surprising, given the fact that identity theft has been the top consumer complaint for 14 straight years, according to the U.S. Federal Trade Commission.

Total Benefits Outsourcing

Employee Engagement

Plan Administration

  • For smaller firms, selecting the right plan is especially important. Your benefits are a valuable tool for attracting and retaining top talent. By offering a strong plan, you send a message to your employees and to your competitors.