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A fresh perspective on EBRI research, as well as the trends and factors shaping employee benefits.
An early version of a new EBRI email newsletter we are developing spotlighted recent EBRI Issue Briefs and Notes articles and several additional EBRI articles:
* Full EBRI Report email.
* From Harry update.
* "How Might President Clinton Affect Benefits Policy?" by Dallas Salisbury.
* Josh Cohen is New Chair of the Research Committee.
* Join the Retirement Confidence Survey Team for 2017.
* Recent EBRI Presentations (see full email for titles and links).
EBRI Issue Brief – September 2016
What Does Consistent Participation in 401(k) Plans Generate? Changes in 401(k) Plan Account Balances, 2010–2014
The average 401(k) plan account balance of workers who participated consistently in one 401(k) plan increased significantly over the four-year period ending at year-end 2014, according to new data published today by the Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI) and the Investment Company Institute (ICI). Press release.
EBRI Notes – October 2016
Workers Like Their Benefits, Are Confident of Future Availability, But Dissatisfied With the Health Care System and Pessimistic About Future Access and Affordability,
Well over one-half of all workers say they are not satisfied with the U.S. health care system as a whole, but are considerably more positive about their own health plan, according to new research by EBRI. Press release.
EBRI Notes – August 2016
Employment-based health insurance is the primary source of health coverage in the United States, and as health plans continue to evolve, health plan sponsors continue to look for ways to get their workers more directly involved in their own health care. To highlight new work on how employers are trying to increase individuals’ involvement in health—and why it’s important—EBRI devoted part of its 78th policy forum in May to the topic of “Innovations in Employee Engagement in Health,” which is summarized in this article. Press release.
- 401(k) Valuations Published: October 3, 2016 401(k) Balances and Changes Due to Market Volatility
- Data Book Last Updated: February 2013 A comprehensive collection of the most up-to-date benefit information available