Retirement education pays off for participants

Elswick, Jill
April 2004
Employee Benefit News;4/15/2004, Vol. 18 Issue 5, p48
Presents the results of a survey conducted among participants of financial education seminars, on the importance of the seminars in the retirement planning decisions made by employees. Reasons companies offer financial education as an employee benefit; Percentage of participants who changed their retirement age goal; Percentage who said they would open a supplemental retirement plan.


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