News & Notes

  • NPEA Speaker Joseph Coughlin Pens WSJ Article

    Former NPEA keynote speaker Dr. Joseph Coughlin, director of MIT's Agelab, wrote the cover story How Technology Will Transform Retirement for the November 30, 2015 Wall Street Journal's Retirement and Financial Planning Section."The next generation retiree will have an unprecedented array of technologies and tech-enabled services to invent a new future for working part time, remaining social, having fun, living home, staying healthy and arranging care."  Read More »

  • A Photo Finish in Lexington

    The 2015 NPEA Annual Conference is in the books and the results are official. The winners of this race are surely our members, who will benefit directly from leading industry information we brought home to assist them in becoming better prepared for retirement...  Read More »

  • New Site, New Login Required

    Welcome to the new NPEA.com! We hope you find the new site informative, attractive and easy to navigate. One of the significant benefits of membership is online access to conference presentations, the member directory and our blog where members can ask questions and share their information.A big part of the transition to the new website was consolidating our member contact information and the need to reset the logins to the 'Members Only' pages.   Read More »

  • Bringing It Home

    Rebecca Lee, Retirement Services Supervisor for the Minnesota State Retirement System, was inspired by the Infographics sessions at the 2014 conference in Portland. See how she put that information to work back home.   Read More »

  • So Long, Portland

    The 2014 Annual Conference in Portland was one to remember.  Blazing the Trail in Retirement Education certainly lived up to its billing with our annual conference in Portland, Oregon. Conference presentations are now available online.  Read More »

  • Looking Back on 34 Years of NPEA

    NPEA Administrator and unofficial historian, Dave Daly, has been an eyewitness to the evolution of NPEA. Dave looks back on 34 years of our organization's growth.  Read More »

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