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Do you have confidence in your financial plan? Do you even have a plan?

The latest Retirement Confidence Survey from the Employee Benefits Research Institute1 confirms that American workers today are not very confident about their retirement readiness.

If you are nodding your head in agreement as you read these stats, we have some good news.

New planning resources can boost your confidence

The ABA Retirement Funds Program (the “Program”) has rolled out two new services so you now have access to the professional and personal help you need to become more confident and secure in your financial future:

  • One-on-One Personalized Advice
  • Financial Dashboard Education

Call for personalized advice over the phone: Talk by phone with a Voya Financial Advisor who will answer your questions and help create an action plan exclusively for you.2

Financial Snapshot: Receive an evaluation of your current retirement savings, a net worth statement, a household budget and guidance for developing a strategy for up to two additional savings goals, like saving for college or a home, at no additional cost.

Online Personal Financial Dashboard: This secure online tool helps you organize all your finances so you can make more educated money decisions. You can safely link outside financial accounts and then set goals, create budgets, track spending, review investments and portfolio performance, and much more. It gives you a more complete picture of your financial health all in one convenient location. Take it for a test drive!

Boost your retirement readiness confidence level today

To learn more about one-on-one phone support and the Financial Snapshot, call 844-253-8692 and ask to speak to a Voya Financial Advisor. Log in to your ABA Retirement Funds Program account at www.abaretirement.com to use your Personal Financial Dashboard, myOrangeMoney® and the whole array of Voya’s financial planning and investment education tools.

1 The 2017 Retirement Confidence Survey: Many Workers Lack Retirement Confidence and Feel Stressed About Retirement Preparations. Lisa Greenwald, Greenwald & Associates; and Craig Copeland, Ph.D., and Jack VanDerhei, Ph.D., Employee Benefits Research Institute. March 21, 2017. No. 431. Statistics include working Americans without access to a retirement plan in the workplace.
2 Financial Advisors are Investment Advisor Representatives and Registered Representatives of and offer securities and investment advisory services through Voya Financial Advisors, Inc., Member SIPC.

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