Reports February 2017

Retirement Security 2017: Americans’ Views of the Retirement Crisis

A new research report finds that across party lines, Americans are deeply worried about their economic security in retirement.

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Issue Briefs December 2016

The United Kingdom’s New Retirement Savings Program

A new paper examines the U.K.’s implementation of a bold, new retirement savings program requiring auto enrollment in retirement accounts and employer contributions.

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Reports September 2016

Pensionomics 2016

This report provides the national economic impacts of public and private pension plans, as well as the impact of state and local plans on a state-by-state basis.

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Reports July 2016

Preserving Retirement Income Security for Public Sector Employees

This report finds that nearly all state retirement systems have features that allow for preservation of retirement income benefits, even for those employees who decide to change jobs.

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Reports March 2016

Shortchanged in Retirement: Continuing Challenges to Women’s Financial Future

A new analysis finds that women are far more likely than men to face financial hardship in retirement. Women are 80 percent more likely than men to be impoverished at age 65 and older.

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Issue Briefs August 2015

Retirement Security Risks: What Role Can Annuities Play in Easing Risks in Public Pension Plans?

A new research brief finds that most public defined benefit (DB) pension plans have effectively managed key retirement security risk – investment, adequacy, longevity and inflation risks.

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