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EBRI Notes – March 2015
“How Much Needs to be Saved for Retirement After Factoring In Post-Retirement Risks: Evidence from the EBRI Retirement Security Projection Model,®” and “Employer and Worker Contributions to Health Reimbursement Arrangements and Health Savings Accounts, 2006–2014”
Savings needs: How much do workers need to have saved for retirement at different ages? And based on their age and income, how much needs to be contributed to their defined contribution plan to ensure a financially successful retirement? New research from EBRI helps answer these important questions. Press release.
Health account contributions: Both employers and workers decreased their contributions to health savings accounts (HSAs) last year, according to new research from EBRI. Press release.
EBRI Press Release – March 12, 2015
EBRI Issue Brief – March 2015
Financial incentives appear to be a crucial factor in bringing unhealthy workers into workplace wellness programs, according to a new analysis by EBRI. Press release.
EBRI Issue Brief – February 2015
Utilization Patterns and Out-of-Pocket Expenses for Different Health Care Services Among American Retirees
How do retirees spend their out-of-pocket money on health care in retirement? New research from EBRI separates recurring and non-recurring health-care services and finds that usage and expenses of recurring health-care services remain stable throughout retirement, while usage of non-recurring ones increase with age and tend to be more expensive. Press release.
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