Recent Employee Benefits News
Voya survey finds lack of understanding of benefit features is highest among Millennials.
Three-year-old independent company Haven had promised to disrupt the way large corporations deliver benefits to their employees.
Average health benefit cost rose 3.4% per employee in 2020 according to new Mercer study.
Alliance for Lifetime Income study finds 1 in 4 Americans have a lower risk tolerance for future retirement investments because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
As head of the Employee Benefits Security Administration, Rutledge was responsible for defined contribution plan regulation, reporting, oversight and enforcement, and also oversaw self-insured health plans, and the DOL fiduciary rule.
Legislation allows limited, early withdrawals from retirement accounts, deferred RMD in 2020.
LIMRA-OneAmerica findings reveal five-year climb in value of relationships between carrier sales representatives and employee benefits brokers.
House and Senate leaders include landmark retirement reform bill benefitting annuities in must-pass federal budget agreement.
15 IDI market leaders record combined 2018 new premium sales of $401 million, a growth rate of 1.5%
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