The 401(K) Knowledge Deficit


As employers, we want our employees to be able to retire on their own terms—with dignity and financial security after a job well done. We want this not only for the sake of retirees but for the sake of everyone still on the job. Postponed retirements can delay other employees’ opportunities for development and promotion. Morale suffers when employees continue working only because they can’t afford to retire. With the right tools and a few simple strategies, however, you can easily become part of the solution.

Don’t miss theThe 401(k) Knowledge Deficit: Survey Reveals What—and How—Employees Need to Learn About Their Retirement Plans webinar and discover three key strategies for guiding your employees to a successful and timely retirement:

  • The most potent drivers of engaging employees in effective retirement planning
  • How to design and support retirement education programs
  • Showing employees how to get the most out of online tools

Date and time: Thursday, Sept. 26, 2019 11 a.m.

Click here to register.

About the presenter:
Retirement specialist Dan Hoffman is committed to helping credit union employees achieve a financially secure retirement. With more than 30 experience in the retirement services industry, he takes pride in taking care of the people who take care of your members.

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