This report examines various measures and approaches for analyzing the adequacy of retirement income. Current measures produce diverse answers. However, across all studies examined, between one-third and two-thirds of current workers are at risk of having an inadequate income.
MA: CORE Plan for small nonprofit organization launched in October 2017
PA: Treasurer Torsella convenes new Task Force on Private Sector Retirement Security
CA: Board issues RFP for Investment Consulting Services
Rep. Brady: Tax Cuts and Jobs Act
Rep. Kelly: IRA Preservation Act
Reps. Neal and Bishop: Portability of Lifetime Income and Managed Account Options
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So That Startup Pays Great But Doesn’t Have A Retirement Plan? Expert Advice On A DIY Solution (Forbes, November 9, 2017)
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Why ‘Nudging’ Works: People Need a Push When it Comes to Retirement Savings (MarketWatch, October 12, 2017)
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