I usually don’t get worked up about too many things. One former colleague actually referred to me as “Spock.” Sure, if I had a chance to jam with someone like David Gilmore or John Petrucci, or even if my cat did something blog-worthy, you’d probably get a fist bump out of me – maybe even a shout out on Twitter.
So when the fifth annual 403(b) plan survey from the Plan Sponsor Council of America (PSCA) recently came out, I won’t go so far as to say I was giddy. But I was very pleased and – dare I say excited – to see the numbers from the latest survey of 403(b) plans, from participation and savings to employer contributions, generally point in one direction: up. Read more
Maybe it’s just me, but people always seems to be clamoring for my opinion. For example, my receipt from the automotive repair place tempts me with a $5 coupon toward my next oil change if I call and complete a survey. Or I get calls on my home phone (so 2008, I know) pelting me with questions about my political views, or even more intrusive, my choice in paper products. It’s enough to drive me off the questionnaire cliff.
So you might think it’s strange that I want to talk to you about surveys, or even encourage you to complete one. But I have a good reason why. When you take the 403(b) plan survey from the Plan Sponsor Council of America (PSCA), you’ll get much more out of it than a discounted oil change. Read more