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