Employee Outcomes

Choice Overload: Determining How Many Investment Options To Offer
Many plan sponsors struggle with deciding how many investment options to offer in their retirement plans. While people generally like to have lots of options when making other decisions, having too many plan options can potentially lead to poor investment decisions by plan participants. In addition, increasing plan options can also increase plan costs, as  Read More →
Loss Aversion and Fighting Fear
Loss aversion sounds like a good thing — trying to avoid losing. What could be wrong with that? Unfortunately, if taken too far, it can actually be a threat to retirement plan participants’ long-term financial health. Loss aversion is the tendency to prefer avoiding potential losses over acquiring equal gains. We dislike losing $20 more  Read More →
Ten Reasons to Roll Over Into Your Plan vs an IRA
Chances are, you have employees with assets in a prior employer’s retirement plan. When new employees are hired, often times wading through health insurance paperwork and tax forms take priority over doing something about their old 401(k). It can become a forgotten piece, until something sparks the desire to take action – perhaps receiving a  Read More →

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