Managing a Retirement X Factor: Health Care
91% of workers feel concerned about their ability to cover health care expenses in retirement, according to the Voya Retire Ready Index. Article by broker-dealer president Tom Halloran points out that “having a strategic plan for health care and saving diligently while working are just as important as figuring out where you’re going to live and how you will spend your time”.
Voya Internship Program Attracts Female Advisors
Feature on Voya’s Women Advisors Network college intern program, profiling a female advisor and her college intern.
How To Plan For An Unexpected Early Retirement
Voya Retirement Coach on how to plan for and successfully navigate an unexpected retirement. Voya Retire Ready Index study result show that 60% of current retirees did not plan to retire when they did, workers should prepare for the possibility of retirement happening earlier than they’d like.
The 3 Most Important Money Lessons My Dad Taught Me
Voya Retirement Coach authors blog posting highlighting three major lessons learned from his father, which include living within your means, planning for the future, and taking initiative.
37 Ways Dads Can Make and Save More Money
Article highlights 37 ways fathers can increase their earnings and save more for retirement. Voya Retirement Coach comments in #15: “Save Early and Often for Retirement”, that “saving early and often is key for dads to ensure their retirements stay on track,” and that “time and compound interest are a powerful combination when it comes to building wealth.”
6 Financial Musts for New College Grads
Voya Retirement Coach authors a blog post on financial tips for new college graduates, with an emphasis on prioritizing retirement savings. The Coach encourages grads to take advantage of employer match programs, start a Roth IRA and automate retirement savings.
Voya Lifts Profit Target, Announces $750 Million Buyback
Bloomberg News reports on Voya Financial’s June 2, 2015 Investor Day, during which Voya announced an increased Ongoing Business Adjusted Operating Return on Equity target range of 13.5% to 14.5% and a new authorization to repurchase up to an additional $750 million of the company’s common stock. Chairman and CEO Rod Martin discusses the company’s focus on helping Americans with their retirement readiness.
3 Steps to Get Your Financial Life on Track
Article by Voya Retirement Coach on three steps to get one’s finances on track, picked up by Yahoo!Finance and cites Voya Retire Ready Index findings.
Making Your Portfolio Retirement Ready
Voya Retirement Coach article on positioning retirement portfolios for growth. In addition to citing Voya Retire Ready Index results, the article notes that myOrangeMoney helps investors understand the “income sources that will sustain them throughout retirement”.
Retirement Savings Shortfall? 4 Ways to Face the Challenge of Catching Up
Voya Retirement Coach is quoted on how to catch up on retirement savings when you face a savings shortfall, encouraging people to put extra funds towards retirement.
7 Common Myths that Can Ruin Your Retirement
Article quotes head of advice James Nichols on the topic of inflation and its impact on costs over a 20-year retirement. “You don’t notice inflation year-over-year, but it will build up over a 20-year retirement”.
The 3 Biggest Money Worries of First-Time Parents
First-time parents often worry about finances with a baby on the way. Here’s help with three common questions from a Voya Retirement Coach.
Voya CEO Rod Martin on Q1 2015 Earnings
Shortly after Voya Financial released first-quarter 2015 financial results, Chairman and CEO Rod Martin spoke on CNBC to discuss Voya’s strong first quarter and the company’s progress on its long-term plans. He also discusses MyOrangeMoney™ as well as Voya’s recent two-year anniversary of its IPO and completion of its journey to an independent company.
How Millennials Are Hampering Housing Prices By Living At Home
Voya Retirement Coach quoted in article on Millennials still living at home with their parents. The Coach notes that “The trade-off for many Millennials living at home is giving up some of their independence today for greater financial freedom tomorrow”.
Allergic to Plastic: One-Third of Millennials Still Do Not Own Credit Cards
Voya Retirement Coach quoted in article on Millennials who have never had their own credit card.
Voya Eyes Hybrid Offering Amid Record Growth
Article profiles Voya Financial Advisors, noting recruiting as well as plans to launch a hybrid RIA model. The piece also notes the technology platform capabilities as being a draw for financial advisors.
Voya Financial Welcomes Charles Nelson as New CEO of Retirement
Rodney Martin, chairman and CEO of Voya Financial, is quoted expressing his excitement to have someone with Charles Nelson’s experience and reputation to lead our Retirement business. Article also gives an overview of Nelson’s new role and responsibilities.
3 Ways to Clean Up Your Finances This Spring
Article picked up byYahoo!Finance by broker-dealer president Tom Halloran on spring cleaning your finances. Halloran cites that the Voya Retire Ready Index study and shares three steps to create a plan and set people on a path to retirement readiness.
Retirement Sneaks Up On Americans, Even Tech-Savvy Millennials
Article cites Voya Retire Ready Index and quotes head of advice James Nichols. “These findings reinforce how many people are simply not taking the required action, and that a number of behavioral obstacles exist which prevent proper planning and saving. These include inertia, anxiety, competing financial priorities and the fact that many view retirement as a distant concern.”
How Medical Expenses Could Derail Your Retirement
Head of advice James Nichols is quoted in an article, picked up by MSN, on preparing for medical expenses in retirement on the tax efficiency of HSAs.