Nearing Retirement? Time to Tackle Your Debt
Voya Retirement Coach article offers insights on how pre-retirees can tackle debts before retirement. Tips offered help pre-retirees with debt, including myOrangeMoney experience to help stay organized and on-budget while keeping retirement goals and monthly income a priority.
Profile of Bridget Healy, chief legal officer, exploring the company’s IPO and rebranding journey
Tools of Engagement
Voya’s myOrangeMoney experience was profiled in a PlanAdviser cover story for the publication’s September printed edition. Christine Lange, head of Digital Strategy for Retirement Solutions, discusses how advisors cans leverage this new capability to engage participants in their financial planning.
Cash Value Life Insurance – An Untapped Resource for the Middle Class
Dave Wilken, Head of Life Distribution for Voya’s Insurance Solutions business authors this article regarding cash value life insurance for the middle market.
5 Most Common Mistakes People Make with Life Insurance
Voya Retirement Coach article focuses on top five mistakes people make when it comes to life insurance, including guessing about how much coverage is needed, relying solely on employer-provided coverage and leaving retirement savings vulnerable.
Bells & Whistles
Voya’s myOrangeMoney digital experience designed to shift the way our retirement plan customers manage, engage and interact with their account by switching how they think about savings – from a big balance, to what they’ll need in terms of monthly income – is featured in a PLANSPONSOR article focused on recent product and service introductions in the marketplace of interest to plan sponsors.
Voya Financial Featured in Latino Leaders
Latinos pave the way for success through financial planning
5 Tips to Help Your Income Last for Decades in Retirement
Tom Halloran, Voya broker-dealer president, authors a “Smart Investor” blog posting offering five tips to help income last for decades in retirement. He encourages readers to identify “needs, wants and wishes” and estimate how long personal savings may need to last.
Advisers weigh college costs for clients' children
Role advisers can play in helping parents and students navigate college costs. Melissa Levine, a Voya financial advisor, is quoted.
Voya Completes Metamorphosis From ING
Feature on the completion of Voya Financial’s rebrand from ING U.S. and the launch of Voya’s consumer marketing campaign.
Voya Financial Platform Gives Retiree Income Views
Financial Advisor spotlights Voya’s new myOrangeMoney experience, quoting executives on the positive impact the platform is having on changing participant savings behavior.
ING Name Vanishes From U.S.
Rebrand to Voya profiled, featuring the broker-dealer change to Voya Financial Advisors.
Voya's Des Moines office to celebrate end of rebranding
Voya Financial’s Des Moines location is featured in this article regarding the final milestone in Voya’s rebranding process.
Voya Financial Debuts Brand Campaign To Consumers; Launches New Advertising And Website Article announcing the completion of Voy
Article announcing the completion of Voya Financial’s rebrand and the launch of Voya’s consumer marketing campaign.
ING/Voya boosts female adviser head count past industry average
Article features Voya’s Women Advisors Network, its annual Forum event and concerted efforts to become a broker-dealer of choice for female advisors.
What Do YOLO and FOMO Mean for Millennials' Retirement Planning?
Voya Retirement Coach monthly blog highlights how "YOLO" (you-only-live-once) and "FOMO" (fear-of-missing-out) mindsets can get in the way of long-term retirement readiness and financial security. Gold cites a Voya Retirement Research Institute study.
Voya Kicks Off Annual Women Advisors Network Forum
Sixth annual Women Advisors Network Forum event gathered female financial advisors affiliated with Voya’s broker-dealer for three days of professional development, networking and camaraderie with each other, Voya executives and industry leaders.
Retirement Planning for Small Business Owners and Self-Employed
Small business owners and the self-employed who plan for retirement position themselves for greater retirement readiness. Our retirement coach Holly Kylen offers helpful insight on this topic.
It’s just a name change, how hard could it be?
Feature on broker-dealer rebrand to Voya Financial Advisors. CMO Ann Glover comments “the No. 1 goal was to not lose a day of business”.
How to Handle Financial Infidelity
Married couples can handle financial infidelity through open discussion of financial troubles, a plan to get back on track and the help of a financial advisor, says Voya Retirement Coach Jacob Gold.