Mandatory VS voluntary enrollment in retirement plans (Croatia VS Slovenia)

We know from lots of behavioral science literature the initial decision to join a retirement saving plan is one of the hardest, as there are lots of behavioral biases working against it, from loss aversion to status quo bias and many more. But what can we do to make this decision easier?  One of theContinue reading “Mandatory VS voluntary enrollment in retirement plans (Croatia VS Slovenia)”

Jump-start your retirement saving with the fresh start effect

End of the year brings in addition to New Year’s celebrations also New Year’s resolutions which many people make for themselves and usually include exercising more regularly, eating more veggies, quitting smoking or cutting out some other unhealthy habits. Some might also resolve to start saving for retirement or some other financial goal. So what’sContinue reading “Jump-start your retirement saving with the fresh start effect”

Boosting Covid-19 vaccine uptake and saving for retirement – same thing?

Since Covid-19 vaccines are finally being approved by regulators in the US, UK, Canada and many more countries following soon, the second part of the battle is just beginning – how to get as many people as possible vaccinated. One might think this will be first a logistical problem, but in reality it’s more ofContinue reading “Boosting Covid-19 vaccine uptake and saving for retirement – same thing?”