Hal Hershfield’s book offers research-backed methods to build a healthier, happier, more financially secure life
An approach tailored to investor risk appetite and more comparable to stocks
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Capturing how decisions are driven by a habitual preference for moderation
A behavioral nudge passes a real-world test with 6,000 workers
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Can nudges, tailored to personality traits, persuade retirees to wait?
Tweaking 401(k) website design and language can significantly boost worker contributions, yet HR doesn’t always see these opportunities
Aiming high, with some flexibility to trip up along the way, spurs greater success
The case for using rising market volatility as a signal to pare back on stocks — does higher risk always mean higher return?
Nudges, long aimed at saving behavior, are needed for people converting a nest egg into income
Researchers find little commonality among haters of the difficult-to-sell retirement products, except when discussing fairness
Daily, weekly and monthly contribution schemes gauge behavior
A monthly check, not just a pile of cash: Studies demystify the instruments too few are using
Innumerable nudges help savings accumulation; now researchers turn to decumulation