The historic shift from defined-benefit (DB) pension plans to defined-contribution (DC) plans has created a hidden threat to the retirement security of millions of American workers, in the form of long-term disability. Many workers and employers alike are unaware of the danger disability can pose to participants of DC plans such as 401(k)s; fortunately, regulatory changes have made it possible for long-term disability (LTD) insurance to cover retirement plan contributions. Further information can be found in the following articles:
- Addressing the Risk of Long-Term Disability on Retirement Income
- The Hidden Threat to 401(k)s
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