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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.


Nov
04
2016

What Plan Sponsors Can Do to Plug 401(k) Plan Leakage

What Plan Sponsors Can Do to Plug the 401K Plan Leakage VideoThis video presentation is designed to provide qualified retirement plan sponsors with an overview of key actions that they can take in order to help reduce 401(k) plan leakage.

Why is 401(k) Plan Leakage a Problem?

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Oct
25
2016

Ushering in the Next Era of Automatic Enrollment

Next Era of Automatic EnrollmentWhen it comes to the 401(k) plan feature known as automatic enrollment, most industry observers seem to agree that it’s a good thing. In a world of scarce resources, you can never have too much of a good thing, right?

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Oct
05
2016

How You Should Observe ‘National Save for Retirement Week’

MarketWatchIn his most recent article in MarketWatch, RCH’s Spencer Williams notes the upcoming ‘National Save for Retirement Week’ event, and employs some clever word-association that has readers re-thinking the meaning of the word “save.”

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Sep
27
2016

Five Misconceptions About 401(k) Leakage

Five Misconceptions About 401(k) LeakageWhat is 401(k) leakage, and why should I care? This video presentation is designed to provide qualified retirement plan sponsors with an understanding of the facts and popular misconceptions surrounding the topic of 401(k) plan leakage.

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Sep
22
2016

The One Solution Everyone in DC Agrees Upon: We Need Consolidation


Washington DC at nightThis summer, there’s one topic that everyone in Washington, D.C. seems to agree upon: the importance of consolidation in protecting Americans’ retirement security.

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Sep
13
2016

Consolidation: Make the Smart Decision the Easiest Decision

Boston Research Technology America's Mobile Workforce“Make the smart decision the easiest decision” seems like an obvious goal for plan sponsors when designing participant-directed retirement plans, and it’s certainly driven the rapid adoption of the autos—auto enrollment, auto deferral escalation, and auto investment options, such as target-date funds and managed accounts.

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Sep
07
2016

Making Your Day, Re-Visited: When Retirement Savers’ Luck Runs Out

MarketWatchIn his most recent article in MarketWatch, "Are you still feeling luck, 401(k) saver?" RCH’s Spencer Williams reprises last year’s 7/10/15 article where he channeled Clint Eastwood’s iconic movie hero “Dirty Harry” Callahan. Just like the movie villains whose luck ran out at the hands of Dirty Harry, retirement savers who strand their 401(k) accounts must run a gauntlet of decidedly unlucky outcomes – including involuntary cashouts, automatic rollovers and savings-depleting fees.

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Sep
02
2016

A Plan Sponsor’s Guide to Supporting Roll-ins

A Plan Sponsor’s Guide to Supporting Roll-insWhy should plans care about roll-in contributions? Establishing a program that encourages participant rollover contributions (or “roll-ins”) is one of the most beneficial programs that a plan can implement.

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Aug
15
2016

The ABCs of Roll-Ins

ABCs of Roll-Ins VideoWith the advent of the Department of Labor's Fiduciary Rule, more employers are looking to promote lifetime plan participation and encourage participants to consolidate retirement assets in their current, active 401(k) plan. The plan feature to enable consolidation in the active 401(k) plan is the roll-in contribution. Retirement Clearinghouse is the recognized thought leader in roll-in facilitation.  We have prepared this video - The ABCs of Roll-Ins -- as a resource for plan sponsors who are considering a formal roll-in program, as well as offering a roll-in facilitation service for their plan participants. 

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Apr
04
2016

Roll-In Services are a Slam Dunk for Sponsors & Participants

MarketWatchIn his April 1st, 2016 article in MarketWatch, RCH’s CEO Spencer Williams describes the sting that retirement savers feel -- not once, but twice -- when they choose to cash out their 401(k) savings.

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