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Three ways to help improve participants’ retirement outcomes in a lower-return world

Individuals already struggling to achieve a financially secure retirement face an intensifying challenge. Not only are they living longer, they are also confronted with declining expectations for long-term returns on their retirement assets. Ultimately, retirement saving and investing decisions are in the hands of employees. We believe, however, that the most effective venue in which to address the retirement challenge is the workplace—where employee and employer objectives, payroll and benefit systems, communication, education and incentive programs come together. Granted, neither plan sponsors nor their advisors/consultants can control the markets, but there are concrete actions they can take to improve the likelihood that participants will reach retirement with the assets they need.

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