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Consolidation Corner is the Retirement Clearinghouse (RCH) blog, and features the latest articles and bylines from our executives, addressing important retirement savings portability topics.


Jan
19
2017

The ABCs of Auto Portability

The ABCs of Auto PortabilityWhat is Auto Portability? This video presentation is designed to give the viewer a basic understanding of Auto Portability.

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Jan
18
2017

LIMRA's Secure Retirement Institute Features Auto Portability Research

LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute Defined Contributions Auto PortabilityThis January, LIMRA’s Secure Retirement Institute is promoting their research on Auto Portability, which contains an impressive array of information.

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Jan
13
2017

This Year, Resolve to Debunk Two Common Retirement-Saving Myths for Participants

Employee Benefit News“A lie can travel halfway around the world while the truth is still putting on its shoes” is a quote often attributed to Mark Twain. The same is true of myths about saving for retirement, and retirement services professionals should take it to heart as we begin 2017.

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Jan
03
2017

Retirement Clearinghouse’s Logo is Changing: Here’s Why

Retirement Clearinghouse Updated Logo ChangeBeginning today, and in the coming weeks ahead, Retirement Clearinghouse will be rolling out our new corporate logo, as part of the ongoing evolution of our retirement savings portability services.

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Jan
03
2017

Changing Jobs in 2017? Take Your Retirement Savings With You

MarketWatchIn his latest article in MarketWatch, posted on New Year’s Eve, RCH President, CEO and RetireMentor Spencer Williams counsels those who switched jobs in 2016 to make their New Year’s resolutions to roll-in all of their retirement savings accounts – not just the account in their most recent prior-employer plan – into their new-employer plan.

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Dec
27
2016

How Auto Portability Will Bridge the Minority 401(k) Participation Gap

Under-participation by minorities in America’s 401(k) system represents a significant economic disparity that requires creative, private-sector solutions.

Auto portability – an emerging plan feature that automatically moves small balance accounts forward when participants change jobs – could play a critical role in helping to bridge the participation gap.

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Dec
19
2016

How auto-portability can improve retirement readiness for a mobile workforce

Employee Benefit NewsFor more than a year now, we have been working with the research team at the Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI), Dr. Ricki Ingalls of Texas State University, and Boston Research Technologies to develop the Auto Portability Simulation (APS). The APS is a robust, quantitatively-based simulation that measures the size, characteristics and behaviors of America’s increasingly mobile workforce. The key findings from that work demonstrate the potential to dramatically reduce retirement plan cash-outs by identifying the long-term, systemic benefits of routine and standardized account consolidation at the time of a participant’s job-change—a technology-based innovation called Auto Portability.

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Dec
12
2016

One 2017 New Year’s Resolution for Plan Sponsors: Encourage Roll-Ins

401k SpecialistAs 2016 draws to a close, most observers will reflect upon the events that have dominated retirement industry news coverage:  the Fiduciary Rule, the 10-year anniversary of the Pension Protection Act, and the Presidential election. These events will clearly shape plan sponsors’ activities and priorities for the New Year.

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Dec
06
2016

Miracle on Retirement Street

MarketWatchIn his latest article in MarketWatch, RetireMentor and RCH CEO Spencer Williams gets us into the festive, holiday spirit by showcasing the “miracle” of compound interest. Compound interest is particularly relevant to retirement savers, whose nest eggs will incubate over a career. 

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Nov
30
2016

Preventing retirement plan leakage: An infrastructure project that saves trillions

Cash Out Leakage Hoover DamThe recent U.S. Presidential election brought renewed focus upon large infrastructure projects: massive, capital-intensive efforts required to rebuild America’s roads, bridges, railways and airports. Desperately needed, these projects could cost taxpayers hundreds of billions, perhaps even trillions of dollars.

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