Millennials: Find Your Path to Retirement
Voya Retirement Coach shares planning steps for Millennials and myOrangeMoney online tool. Only 37% of Millennials have used a web-based financial or retirement calculator according to the Voya Retire Ready Index.
Boomers Retirement Confidence Falls To Five Year Low
myOrangeMoney is noted and retirement president Rich Linton is quoted on the need to translate retirement savings into income in retirement.
Retiring well? Not most baby boomers
In article that was picked up by Yahoo!Finance, NBC and MSN, Voya Retire Ready Index is featured. “Part of investors' problem with retirement savings is that they generally have insufficient financial knowledge to manage that challenge. A survey by Voya Financial found that workers scored an average of 4.1 out of 10 on their retirement knowledge, planning and saving, and retirees scored an average of 5.5.”
3 Common Money Mistakes to Avoid in Retirement
Voya Retirement Coach blog posting, picked up by Yahoo!Finance, on three common money mistakes to avoid in retirement. With many fearful of running out of money in retirement, post cites Voya Retire Ready Index results that 59 percent of workers surveyed were extremely or very worried about outliving their savings.
Why Carrying That Huge Credit Card Balance Isn't Helping Your Credit
Voya Retirement Coach quoted on the impact of credit card debt on long-term financial goals and retirement readiness.
How to Make That Nest Egg Last All The Way Through Retirement
Article features Voya Retire Ready Index and quotes head of advice James Nichols. 59% working Americans are very or extremely concerned about outliving their retirement savings. Nichols notes that “For today’s workers, it is a different reality than for retirees and previous generations… Saving early and planning with the help of a financial professional can mean a difference of years of additional time in retirement.”
20 Questions to Ask Before Hiring a Financial Advisor
Broker-dealer president Tom Halloran is quoted in article, offering insight on question #17 to ask before hiring a financial profession: “Are you listening or pitching?”. Halloran points out that individuals should “make sure the advisor listens to you and your needs and doesn’t talk or product-pitch at you."
How much do you need to save for retirement?
Article on how much Americans need to save for retirement featuring the Voya Retire Ready Index study
Ready to Retire?
Video segment with Jill Schlesinger discussing Voya Retire Ready Index and how people should prepare for retirement.
5 Last-Minute Tax Savers for Procrastinators
Voya Retirement Coach offers advice to maximize last-minute tax-savings, including saving for retirement. “For most taxpayers, saving for retirement is one of the most efficient ways to lower your taxes while also building a nest egg.”
In Retirement Planning, Knowledge Doesn’t Always Lead to Action
Voya Retire Ready Index scores for having, knowing and planning are explored, as well as opportunity to improve planning scores.
Andre Robinson Assumes New Role at Voya
Andre Robinson’s new role at Voya Financial Advisors will drive continued expansion of advisory business, with the retirement of Karl Lindberg after 24 years with the broker-dealer. Advisory business grew to $9.92 billion in 2014, an increase of 25% from the previous year.
Survey highlights lack of planning among workers, retirees
Article notes that planning is a key reason Americans lag in retirement readiness.
Annuities Are Part Of The Retirement Readiness Playbook
Ideas on the “retirement readiness playbook” based on the Voya Retire Ready Index
Voya Identifies ‘Role Models’ for Retirement Readiness
By looking at the groups who scored highest in all categories in its Retire Ready Index, Voya offers an opportunity to better understand the traits, behaviors and practices that guide some individuals to greater retirement preparedness.
How Even Cash-Strapped Millennials Can Start Saving Now
Voya Retirement Coach on need for Millennials to plan ahead and save for retirement, with three questions Millennials should ask themselves.
7 habits of highly effective retirement savers
Article on seven habit of highly effective retirement savers featuring Voya Retire Ready Index
5 Ways to File Your Taxes With Less Stress
Head of advice James Nichols encourages readers to leverage retirement accounts, get organized, take advantage of workplace benefits, seek the help of a professional and get ready for next year’s tax season. “Consider talking to a financial advisor to discuss your current finances, retirement readiness and long-term financial security”.
4 Things You Need to Change Your Career
Voya Retirement Coach shares how he helped a client with the financial aspects of launching his own business. Voya Retirement Coach shares how he helped a client with the financial aspects of launching his own business. Voya Retirement Coach shares how he helped a client with the financial aspects of launching his own business. Voya Retirement Coach shares how he helped a client with the financial aspects of launching his own business.
Social at Scale
CMO Ann Glover shares insights from the social media program rollout to Voya Financial Advisors’ affiliated advisors. Glover notes that advisors “quickly saw returns from their investment of time, in the form of qualified referrals, new business and stronger relationships with their clients.”