If you are a plan sponsor who has outsourced, or has considered outsourcing your organization’s DB plan, why not do the same for your DC plan?
Financial wellness programs can be delivered through personalized, gamified actions that help knock down some of the barriers preventing people from taking that first step.
“How does our retirement plan compare to others?” Read more about what we believe all excellent DC plans share and actions you can take.
We’ve updated our target date fund glide path. See the summary of our updated glide path research and impact on our target date funds.
Priority list of 8 ideas and actions to help retirement plan sponsors guide participants toward better decision making as they save for retirement.
Defined contribution plan excellence goes beyond picking investments and meeting with managers. See how many small steps in the right direction can improve participants’ lives in retirement.
In search of a potentially better fit for your DC plan? The hybrid QDIA draws the strengths of each qualified default investment alternative (QDIA) approach.
For DC investment committees, CFOs, and HR employee benefits professionals.
Given the evolution of defined contribution plans, Russell Investments Holly Verdeyen discusses three areas that plan sponsors need to target to help participants save successfully for retirement.
This paper looks at the role re-enrollment can play in guiding DC participants to an appropriate asset allocation, potential roadblocks, solutions, and successful implementation.
Russell’s Holly Verdeyen dispels three common myths that often come into play when defined contribution plan sponsors consider the issue of outsourcing.
This paper outlines areas plan sponsors should be aware of as they strive for consistency in their DC plans between target date funds’ (TDF) and managed accounts’ approaches.