Research November 2021

Americans’ Views of State-Facilitated Retirement Programs

A national survey finds strong support for new state-facilitated retirement programs aimed at helping workers without employer-provided plans save for retirement. Americans’ Views of State-Facilitated Retirement Programs finds: The vast majority of Americans (72 percent) agree that state-facilitated retirement programs are a good idea. There is high support across party and generational lines, with support […]

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Press Release November 18, 2021

New Research Finds Strong Support for State-Facilitated Retirement Programs for Workers Lacking Workplace Plans

New Research Finds Strong Support for State-Facilitated Retirement Programs for Workers Lacking Workplace Plans 72 Percent of Americans Say These Retirement Programs Are a Good Idea    WASHINGTON, D.C., November 18, 2021 – A national survey finds strong support for new state-facilitated retirement programs aimed at helping workers without employer-provided plans save for retirement. The vast […]

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In the News

Retirement is expensive. Pensions can help.

In a new Forbes column, Dan Doonan writes that the United States is not the only nation facing a retirement savings crisis. He says that many advanced, post-industrial democracies are struggling with similar challenges presented by an aging population. And just like in the U.S., these countries may have a variety of different retirement savings […]

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Award

NEW Competition and Award

The National Institute on Retirement Security and the Conference of Consulting Actuaries have launched a new public pension funding competition and award: Innovative Public Pension Funding Strategies.

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