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The Millennial Mindset

bat because another millennial at work told him “do it now, it’s worth it down the road.” Smart millennials! Millennials often face some significant financial challenges. They’re graduating with more student loan debt than any other generation. And, even though many of them say they…

Retaining Millennials in the Workplace: Boost Benefits

them have done. Why do millennials change jobs so frequently? Millennials want opportunity – they want a career path and job enrichment. It’s also very important to millennials that they like and enjoy their job. I’ve seen this firsthand from the millennial generation at home…

Taming the Millennial Horse

of course exceptions to every rule, but the first Pentegra Millennial Savings Survey conducted in 2017, while showing some surprisingly encouraging trends, also included some results that unfortunately back up the pervasive Millennial stereotype. To be fair, our findings did include some heartening signs. Over…

Attracting Millennials In Today’s Workplace

Millennials see their career trajectory and retirement differently than previous generations. Today’s growing workforce doesn’t fit traditional patterns, and it is clear that this generation will view retirement benefits from a less traditional perspective as well. Your credit union’s total rewards package is the key…

Revisiting the Minimum Wage Debate

…argue that additional spending by workers with higher take-home pay can ultimately stimulate additional jobs as well as help lower employee turnover. As expected in multiple studies involving many variables, the evidence is inconclusive1. Several studies have found virtually no effect of the minimum wage…

Decumulation – Strategies and Trends

Have you or your employees ever wondered about the most efficient ways of drawing down your retirement assets? Are you offering a plan with enough flexibility to meet the needs of your diverse employee group? With so many different puzzle pieces, it’s no…

FIRE-d Up?

…gained momentum with an apparently growing number of Millennials. And that is because it basically boils down to saving as much money as you can now in order to take retirement early; a Millennial, after all, has more time to sock money away than someone…

Five Tips for Getting Smart About Retirement Right Now

…Early On Perhaps surprisingly, most millennials plan on working during their retirement. But no matter what your plans are, take advantage of compounding by starting to save as early as you can. People who started saving for retirement in their 20s are 66% more likely…