How the pandemic has impacted employees retirement savings and their financial future
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Did you know that an estimated 27% of Americans surveyed have recently had to tap into their retirement savings to offset financial hardship due to COVID-19? The pandemic is having a significant impact on employee financial health—but there are tools and resources available to mitigate this threat to your employees’ financial future.
Join Nonstop and Mutual of America Financial Group's retirement benefit expert, Vice President Renee Shew, to talk about the impact of COVID on plan sponsors and employees; recent legislation that has passed to help both plan sponsors and employees manage through the pandemic, and the role of employee educational and financial literacy in responding to this financial crisis.
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Renee Shew, Vice President, with Mutual of America Financial Group
With over 20 years of experience in the financial services industry, Renee works closely with plan sponsors to help them establish and maintain quality retirement benefits programs to attract top talent and help their plan participants achieve a financially secure future. She has completed FINRA Series 6 and Series 63 requirements and is a Certified Employee Benefits Specialist (CEBS) and Chartered Retirement Plan Specialist (CRPS).
Derreck Smith, Senior Marketing Manager, Nonstop Administration & Insurance Services, Inc.
Derreck is passionate about creating people-focused strategies and programs that retain employees, maximize performance and strengthen teams. He is currently responsible for the development and growth of relationships with nonprofit industry associations through authentic connections and educational content.