The U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) recently released a report to Congress on the state of our nation’s retirement system. The GAO concludes a more comprehensive national reevaluation of our retirement programs is needed. The last review was done almost 40 years ago and the piecemeal approach to problem solving since then has left many challenges unaddressed.
During this one-hour webinar, the U.S. GAO and other experts provided an overview of the state of today’s retirement system, including the fundamental demographic and economic changes that have occurred and the growth of defined contribution (DC) plans. How does the U.S. system compare to other countries, how can today’s DC plans do more to improve lifetime income and retirement security, and what are some of the challenges and the latest trends?
Our Panel of Experts:
- Jennifer A. Gregory, Senior Analyst, U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO)
- Stacy Scapino, Partner, Mercer
- Ted Goldman, Senior Pension Fellow, American Academy of Actuaries
- Roselyn Feinsod, Senior Partner, Aon Hewitt