Research February 2021

Retirement Insecurity 2021 | Americans’ Views of Retirement

A new report finds that across party lines, Americans are worried about concerns about their financial security in retirement. The vast majority of Democrats (70 percent), Independents (70 percent) and Republicans (62 percent) agree that the nation faces a retirement crisis. There also is bi-partisan agreement that the average worker cannot save enough on their […]

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Press Release February 17, 2021

Amid Political Division, Americans United in Retirement Worry

AMID DEEP POLITICAL DIVISION, AMERICANS UNITED IN WORRY ABOUT RETIREMENT, ACCORDING TO NEW RESEARCH FROM THE NATIONAL INSTITUTE ON RETIREMENT SECURITY More Than Half of Americans Say the COVID-19 Pandemic Has Increased Retirement Concerns Vast Majority Agree Social Security Should Remain A Priority, With Half Supporting Expansion Webinar on February 25th at 2 PM ET […]

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In the News

Tackling Retirement Would Be Bi-Partisan Win for Biden

In a new MarketWatch column, Dan Doonan says President Joe Biden faces many challenges, from the coronavirus pandemic to high unemployment to widespread social unrest. He’s also facing resistance from Congress and a politically polarized nation.  But where Biden’s efforts enjoy bipartisan support is solving the retirement savings crisis. Despite deep divides, Americans are united […]

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Letters

NIRS Rebuts New York Times on Public Pensions

NIRS says that calling retirement plans serving 25 million working and retired public employees "time bombs" borders on journalistic malpractice.

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