All the competing priorities in an employee’s life can leave retirement planning on the back burner. But Vanguard CEO Bill McNabb describes how more defined contribution plans are adding automatic features that allow inertia to work in their favor.
Martha King, managing director of Vanguard Institutional Investor Group, outlines three proven strategies sponsors can use to build a best-in-class retirement plan for their participants.
A new Vanguard study finds recent retirees are more satisfied financially than preretirees think they will be. Resolving uncertainty plays a part, and more advice could help.
Michael Palazzi, senior DC investment strategist, Vanguard Defined Contribution Advisory Services, shares how a “vanilla” TDF portfolio construction can be the best option for plan participants.
Should your defined-contribution retirement plan serve employees to retirement or through retirement? For sponsors interested in the lifetime approach, the head of our institutional business explains five plan design options.
While it’s important for plan sponsors to balance the need for a well-designed default fund against the expanded menu options for a minority of participants wanting to make active investment choices, participant savings rates are even more important.
William Doughty, senior manager of Vanguard Strategic Retirement Consulting, suggests three handy tools that can help plan sponsors manage their retirement plans more efficiently and identify improvement opportunities.