OneAmerica survey finds mobile apps useful to about one-fourth of respondents; 67% of over-50 crowd found articles most helpful.
Combination of the two exceeds support for each singly, according to Emerson College Polling Society.
Harris Interactive survey finds 52% of middle class Americans believe paying monthly bills is most important daily concern.
The IRS is changing some of the limits for retirement plans because the cost-of-living index met the adjustment trigger.
Consumers are spurred on to do their own research by insurance professionals, people they know, life events and employers, survey finds.
Report says while many of this older generation are willing to use new technologies, many are not aware of the resources available to help protect their identities.
Survey finds 48% choose to participate.
Savings not going as much retirement in the 45- to 64-year-old set.
Fee disclosures expected to generate participant phone calls to plan sponsors.
In its research, Mercer found that the prevalence of “risky” plans rose during 2011, and that trend is expected to continue in 2012.