The Retirement Confidence Survey, currently in its 29th year, is the longest-running survey of its kind, measuring worker and retiree confidence about retirement. Conducted by the Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI) and independent research firm Greenwald & Associates, the survey gauges the views and attitudes of working-age and retired Americans regarding retirement, their preparations for retirement, their confidence with regard to various aspects of retirement, and related issues.

Please join us for a webinar reviewing the findings featuring Craig Copeland, EBRI Senior Research Associate and co-author of the survey report. He will be joined by Neil Lloyd, Partner, and Head of US Defined Contribution & Financial Wellness Research at Mercer and Chair of EBRI’s Research Committee.

Some of the major findings we’ll discuss include:
  • Worker confidence increasing in regards to retirement
  • Retiree confidence about living comfortably throughout retirement matching all-time highs
  • Workers saying debt and competing financial priorities negatively impacting retirement savings
  • Defined contribution plan participant satisfaction edging downward
  • Workers overestimating the likelihood of working for pay in retirement
  • Date: May 23, 2019
  • Time: 12:00 pm – 1:00 p.m. Eastern Time
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* 1. Please register me for the Retirement Confidence Survey -- Confidence in Retirement Security Rebounds webinar on Thursday, May 23.