Three steps to boost women’s retirement security

A recent Lincoln survey shows women have a love/hate relationship with money and do not feel in control.1 Jamie Ohl, president, Retirement Plan Services provides best practices that may help drive better retirement outcomes.

A conversation with Jamie Ohl

Jamie Ohl, president of Retirement Plan Services, talks about the top three things women can do to help stay on track for retirement.

Our studies show that 71% of women say in-person meetings are the best way to motivate them to make positive changes in their retirement account2 and that 87% of savers with a savings goal this year say they are optimistic about having enough money to maintain the lifestyle they want in retirement.2

Jamie’s three tips for staying on track for retirement

  1. Increase savings
  2. Talk to an advisor
  3. Set a goal

   
1
Lincoln Financial Group’s 2015 American Consumer Study
2Lincoln Retirement Power Participant Engagement Study, 2015.