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EBRI Issue Brief – January 2017
Individual Retirement Account Balances, Contributions, Withdrawals, and Asset Allocation Longitudinal Results 2010–2014: The EBRI IRA Database
Most owners of individual retirement accounts (IRAs) do not contribute to them every year—but more than half of those who contribute put in the maximum amount allowed by law, according to the most recent analysis of the Employee Benefit Research Institute’s unique IRA Database. Press release.
EBRI Issue Brief – November 2016
Health Savings Account Balances, Contributions, Distributions, and Other Vital Statistics, 2015: Estimates from the EBRI HSA Database
Balances in health savings accounts (HSAs) grew by more than a third in 2015, according to the most recent results from the EBRI HSA Database. Press release.
EBRI Issue Brief – December 2016
So-called “narrow provider networks,” which limit covered health providers in health plans, do not appear to be crossing over rapidly from the Affordable Care Act’s health exchanges into employment-based health plans, according to a new analysis by EBRI and Mark A. Hall, J.D., Wake Forest University, with support from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s (RWJF) Changes in Health Care Financing & Organization (HCFO) Initiative. Press release.
EBRI Notes – November 2016
Another Year After the Current Population Survey Redesign and More Questions About the Survey’s Retirement Plan Participation Estimates
The U.S. Census Bureau’s widely used Current Population Survey (CPS), which two years ago underwent a major redesign of the questions pertaining to income, appears to be resulting in a significant undercounting of how many people participate in an employment-based retirement plan, according to a new analysis by EBRI. Press release.
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