VP, Senior Communications Manager
Many small businesses think offering a retirement plan is too expensive, but not offering anything can hurt them more than they think. Despite common misperceptions, small businesses do have affordable retirement saving options.
The recent Millennium Trust Investor Survey shows interesting insight into investors’ current holdings and their future investment strategy.
Federal and state governments are concerned about the retirement crisis in the U.S. and have been taking steps to encourage higher levels of workplace retirement plan sponsorship and participation. Small business owners who want the freedom to choose plans that suit their companies’ needs should educate themselves about the options available sooner rather than later.
Small business leaders and employees agree that America is facing a growing retirement crisis. According to results from the inaugural Millennium Trust Small Business Retirement Survey, 93 percent of small business employers and 95 percent of employees agree that Americans will not have enough money saved to maintain their lifestyle upon retirement.
A rapidly evolving regulatory environment is galvanizing change in the retirement industry. Greater regulatory scrutiny is changing the way some service providers approach automatic rollover services. Instead of providing the services in-house, they’ve begun to outsource rollovers to firms that specialize in servicing small balance accounts.
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