Improved Retirement Plan Communication Can Boost Confidence

Post on December 16, 2016

Women are less confident than men about saving enough for retirement, according to Corporate Insight’s Satisfying Today’s Retirement Plan Participant Study.

Only half (51%) of women say they are “confident” or “very confident” that they will be able to afford the lifestyle they desire, while 64% of men say the same. This trend is consistent across age groups and is especially pronounced among Baby Boomers (52% of women vs. 68% of men). Furthermore, respondents who are not “confident” or “very confident” are much more likely to be female than male, at 65%.

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