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To get a better understanding of how consumers think about retirement and what it means to be retirement ready, several generations participated in a study. A group of millennials, generation Xers and baby boomers were invited to a private, unbiased online forum to discuss their financial priorities, as well as their emotions and triggers behind each.
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How employers can support the special needs community

Across the United States, one in five children and adults—that’s 65 million people—will experience a special need or disability during their lifetimes. Serving the special needs community is an extension of Voya's efforts to help all Americans have the quality of life they seek in retirement. As part of this effort, Voya is instituting pilot programs for financial advisors to specially train and arm them with the information and resources they need to better serve the needs of families facing disability challenges.
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What benefits matter most to Gen Xers?

Once called the “slacker generation,” Generation X adults born between 1965 and 1979 are now active, happy and achieving a work-life balance, according to Purchasing Power’s “Guide to Generation X- Working with Them and Engaging Them.”
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Baby Boomer Retirement Realities

Baby Boomers as a generation have set the trend for a lot of things over the years, from the feminist movement to minivans and Saturday morning soccer games.
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America’s silent workforce speaks up

Voya recently conducted a study to gain a better understanding of the specific challenges caregivers face in their careers and on a day-to-day basis. 

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