Skip the pranks this April 1 and do something entirely different. Celebrate 4/01(k) Day instead by testing your knowledge on a few facts and myths about retirement, plus tap into a few tips to help set you up for a financial secure future.
Saving for retirement isn’t a lay-up, but savers can help make it a slam dunk by following a few tips.
Voluntary benefits are important to consumers' financial wellness and to protect against the unexpected.
In honor of Women's History Month, Lincoln is proud to launch a series that profiles women in sales leadership, from the 1920s to the 2020s.
Lincoln has organized its plans to support racial justice and equity around eight key action areas.
More Black Americans Report Permanently Changing Their Spending and Saving Habits as a Direct Result of the Pandemic
Lincoln Financial research shows COVID-19 has more Black consumers thinking about their future, prompting interest in financial planning resources.