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Contributions Processing: The least evolved of all recordkeeping processes?
Categories : Record Keeping Systems 401 Record Keeping Contribution Processing Plan Participants Plan Sponsor
Author : Ajay
Most record keepers today use several different software, both home grown applications and external products, for managing various recordkeeping processes like enrollment, contributions, loans, distributions, compliance testing, etc. With time, some of these business processes have become more evolved and streamlined compared to some others. There are dozens of products that are released every year, each meant to handle specific business processes in the recordkeeping cycle.
Does Operational Efficiency impact plan participation?
Categories : Blog
Tags : Plan Participants plan sponsor 401K record keeping DC record keeping Plan administrators Record Keeping Software Recordkeeping system Retirement technology
Author : Shelly
Employees these days are cognizant about the importance of retirement savings and appreciate the assistance from their employers. They want a financially secure life at the end of their careers. State Street Global Advisors recently conducted a survey on people considered as millennials and Generation X. The survey findings suggest that 87% people agree that it is important to save early and 83% agree that saving is their priority.
Automatic Plan Features, Planning Tools, Mobile Apps – What’s Next for the US Retirement Industry?
Categories : Blog
Tags : plan sponsor analytics DC record keeping Record Keeping Software Retirement technology Internet of Things IoT Mobile Apps Plan administrator Plan participant
Author : admin
Auto features like auto enrollment, auto deferral increase (ADI) have put millennials on path to retirement readiness# is a recent claim by the PLANSPONSOR® magazine. When we compare participation rates, saving rates, equity allocation percentages from a voluntary enrollment plan to those of an automatic enrollment plan, they are looking promising. In the PLANSPONSOR® study, 3.6% was the average deferral rate in a voluntary plan, and in the automatic enrollment plan it was 4.2%.